Kyle Walker left raging after on-field bust-up with Neal Maupay during Man City’s win at Brentford

KYLE WALKER was left raging after an on-field bust-up with Neal Maupay during Manchester City’s win at Brentford.

The England star, 33, played all 90 minutes as his side came from behind to seal a 3-1 victory thanks to Phil Foden’s hat-trick.

Kyle Walker and Neal Maupay had a heated bust-up during Man City's win at Brentford

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Kyle Walker and Neal Maupay had a heated bust-up during Man City’s win at BrentfordCredit: Getty
Walked was left incensed after clashing with Maupay late on

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Walked was left incensed after clashing with Maupay late onCredit: Getty

But the game took a sour turn late on as Walker clashed with Maupay, 27, in a heated spat.

It was only five days ago that the striker wound up James Maddison and pals during Brentford’s 3-2 defeat at Tottenham.

And Walker was livid as he complained to referee Jarred Gillett about Maupay last night.

It’s not known what occurred or was said between the footballers.

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But after the match, City boss Pep Guardiola refused to talk about the incident.

Meanwhile, Brentford boss Thomas Frank said: “No (I know nothing). I saw they were talking to each other.

“No (I haven’t talked to Maupay). It’s not my first focus after a game that we lost.”

The incident came after Walker’s wife Annie Kliner, 30, walked away from their marriage after he fathered a second child with Lauryn Goodman, 33.

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It's not known what occurred or was said between Maupay and Walker

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It’s not known what occurred or was said between Maupay and WalkerCredit: Rex
Walker complained to officials while Pep Guardiola refused to speak about the incident

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Walker complained to officials while Pep Guardiola refused to speak about the incidentCredit: Getty

Speaking exclusively to The Sun last month, Walker thanked City boss Guardiola for standing by him.

Walked said: “He didn’t know what was happening.

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“I didn’t want to tell him because I didn’t want him to think I wasn’t mentally there.

“I can’t thank him enough for the understanding and belief he’s shown in me through four years.”

Walker also eyed a move to Bayern Munich last summer.

He added: “I tried to escape. Did I want to leave City? No, of course I didn’t.

“We’re the best team in the world at the minute. But it was a chance to get away from England and the media I was going to get.

“I was aware the clock was ticking. I came very close to moving. We were having conversations.

“I was going to a great club, a massive club. But in the end I couldn’t go.

“If I’m in Germany and this happens, Annie leaves and I’m now in Germany on my own.

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“My kids wouldn’t be around the corner where I can see them.

“There’s pain and emotion at the moment but I can go to the house, take the kids to school, and my little lad to football.”