“I Don’t Think My Level Has Changed Much From Last Season” | Bernardo Silva Q&A | Prime Video Sport

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Manchester City & Portugal international Bernardo Silva takes on our Q&A and tells us about this incredible run of form, hopes for 2022 and who he thinks was the best player In 2021!

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