Manchester City's biggest star this season, Rahim Stirling, joked with a rival for the Liverpool Premier League title, saying no-one wants to see how Merseyside earns him.
"The fight for the title is exciting, especially before our match with Manchester United yesterday. You know that any small offense can allow the Liverpool people to come and do not want me that I do not want that I do not think anyone wants it.
"So, you're trying to do your best to make sure you win the game, but that's nice, so I became a professional footballer.
"For such moments – whether winning or losing, you will return and you will be grateful for these incredible moments," Stirling said at the BT Sport ceremony, which was rewarded for his fight against racism.