- Kevin De Bruyne was angry his teammates did not allow him to vent his anger at officials
- The Belgian was angry he was given a yellow card by the referee in Man City's win over Napoli
- David Silva and Fernandinho tried to calm him but he kept shouting 'let me talk' at them
Kevin De Bruyne could have been shown a red card in Manchester City's UEFA Champions League win over Napoli but for the intervention of his teammates David Silva and Fernandinho.
The Belgian started and provided the assist for the winner for Gabriel Jesus in City's 2 - 1 win on Tuesday, October 17 night.
Raheem Sterling had given City an early lead, before Jesus doubled the lead to 2 - 0 until the half-time interval when De Bruyne was filmed shouting at his teammate David Silva.
Shortly before half-time, De Bruyne was booked by referee Antonio Mateu for dissent and he attempted to speak to the fourth official but he was not allowed to lose his head and get another booking.
The Premier League's stand out player this season pushed Fernandinho out the way then screamed at Silva: “Let me talk!” as he was desperate to get to the fourth official.