A controversial Twitter post about team-mate Benjamin Mendy has led to Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva being charged by the FA.
Bernardo Silva has come in for criticism for a tweet he sent to Benjamin Mendy and Raheem Sterling leapt to the midfielder's defence.
Bernardo Silva has been defended by Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola following a since-deleted tweet about Benjamin Mendy.
A now-deleted social media post by Bernardo Silva has led to the FA writing to Manchester City to ask the club for their observations.
Bernardo Silva's social media post directed at Benjamin Mendy has been met with criticism, including condemnation from Kick It Out.
Bernardo Silva said his tweet to team-mate Benjamin Mendy was a "joke" but the Football Association is to investigate his post.
Benjamin Mendy did not appear to take offence at a post from team-mate Bernardo Silva that prompted accusations of racism.
Manchester City claimed their biggest top-flight win by beating Watford 8-0 and they have made a habit of going big under Pep Guardiola.
There was an overreaction to Manchester City's Norwich City defeat, according to boss Pep Guardiola after Saturday's Watford mauling.
Manchester City scored five times inside the opening 18 minutes against Watford, much to the amazement of Bernardo Silva.