A VIDEO of England star Jack Grealish saying 'oh my god' in 'the most brummy way possible' has resurfaced – and fans love it.
The Aston Villa star is praying to bag a starting spot for the Euro 2020 final against Italy on Sunday.
The Midlands man is a firm favourite with England supporters, but Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate has chosen to use him from the bench.
Grealish was subbed on, and then off, by Southgate in the 2-1 semi-final win against Denmark.
Former England star Gary Neville labelled it 'embarrassing', but happy-go-lucky Grealish seemed to accept it was for tactical reasons.
And now a clip of him reacting with shock for Villa has resurfaced with him saying 'oh my god'.
It was originally posted in 2019, captioned by Twitter user Ali Hampson-Silk with: "Have you ever seen a more brummy mouthing."
Many are big fans of the clip, with one writing: "Totally said this in our fantastic accent.
"This is brilliant."
Twitter user Catherine added: "I can just hear this saying it! 'O muya gawd' I love this."
A post shared by Jack Grealish (@jackgrealish)
And after it was also shared on Facebook, Fran Bowen commented that it was 'brilliant' while Jenna Thompson added that 'it never gets old'.
Jack Hale described his namesake a 'classic brummie' while Ben Cross wrote: "You can literally tell what he's saying and how he says without volume."
Grealish, 25 was born in Birmingham and came through the Villa youth teams to become its biggest star.
He represented Ireland at youth level before switching allegiance to England in 2016.
Grealish has now played 11 games for the full national side.
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