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 been charged by the Football Association (FA) over his racially insensitive social media post about Manchester City team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
The midfielder has until October 9 to respond to a misconduct charge, which relates to an alleged breach of FA Rule E3.
Portugal international Silva last month tweeted – and subsequently deleted – a photo of a young Mendy and a dated image from Spanish confectionary Conguitos that has been criticised for its racist connotations.
The post included the caption: "Guess who?"