Manchester City certainly celebrated their Treble victory in epic style with Jack Grealish pushing his body to the limit with a four-day bow.
The celebration that started in Istanbul on Saturday night after City won the Champions League, continued in Ibiza and then a victory parade in Manchester is only just winding down.
But even Grealish can be surpassed in the partying department by Phil Foden’s four-year-old son, Ronnie, who has bizarrely become a global social media sensation.
Little Ronnie was on the pitch as City paraded the European Cup, cheering as Erling Haaland lifted the trophy on their victory lap and posed for photos with his dad and the famous cup.
He was then seen smiling and laughing with the City players in the dressing room, including posing for a selfie with Norwegian striker Haaland.
Phil Foden’s four-year-old son Ronnie has become a social media star after performing at Manchester City’s Treble victory celebrations
Ronnie seemed to be everywhere during the festivities, here posing for a selfie with City striker Erling Haaland after they won the Champions League
Ronnie sat on his father’s shoulders as City celebrated in the dressing room in Istanbul
After the squad returned to Manchester – in some cases via a 12-hour bow at Ibiza’s Ushuaia Beach Resort – Ronnie took the stage with his father at Monday night’s parade.
As a result, Ronnie has become a viral star, posting memes featuring his face on Tiktok and Twitter.
Stranger still were the clips, from Mexico and South America, with pictures of Ronnie on the walls of classrooms.
He has earned the nickname ‘El Wey’, or ‘The Dude’, among his new fan base on the other side of the world.
Born to Phil and his partner Rebecca Cooke in January 2019, Ronnie is sure to have plenty of stories to tell when he’s older.
It’s been a frenetic few days for City’s players, who beat Inter Milan 1-0 in Istanbul to add the Champions League to the Premier League and the FA Cup already won.
After Manchester United in 1999, City became only the second English team to win this Treble.
The players partied all night after their win on Saturday, with Grealish not even removing his match kit as they celebrated on a rooftop terrace at the JW Marriott hotel.
Ronnie wears his father’s Champions League medal after City beat Inter Milan 1-0 on Saturday
As a result, Ronnie, nicknamed ‘El Wey’ or ‘The Dude’ in South America, has become a social media hit following City’s win at the Treble
Foden with partner Rebecca Cooke and four-year-old Ronnie after the Champions League win
Fellow townsman Rico Lewis with Ronnie in the team bus after Saturday’s big game
Norwegian striker Haaland appears to be a favorite of Ronnie, who wore his father’s number 47 shirt
Little Ronnie cheers as Haaland wins the European Cup after City complete their Treble
It’s been a memorable few days for everyone involved with City as they made football history
Naturally, Ronnie wanted to be part of City’s victory parade in Manchester on Monday night
The English star was filmed rapping as a DJ played music until dawn and beyond.
They only slept a few hours before boarding a flight back to Manchester. For some, however, that wasn’t enough to celebrate.
A large group then boarded a private jet to Ibiza to continue the party in a private area of Ushuaia, known for its DJ sets.
They had to be back in Manchester on Monday night to board an open-top bus for the club’s victory parade, with Grealish drenched in beer and champagne during the festivities.
Grealish admitted he was ‘in a world of pain’ facing Jimmy Bullard, but was then forced to report for England ahead of the European Championship qualifiers away to Malta on Friday and home to North Macedonia on Monday.
It is believed that Grealish, Foden, Kyle Walker, John Stones and Kalvin Phillips will be brought back into training after the wild celebrations by Gareth Southgate and his coaching staff.
Man City travel the streets of Manchester in the pouring rain for their victory parade
City players celebrated with the supporters and showed all the trophies to the crowd
Jack Grealish was once again the center of all the fun in a jubilant open-top bus