David Luiz put in a solid performance on the pitch as Chelsea came from behind to beat Man City 1-3 at the Etihad Stadium in the Saturday afternoon kickoff, but he played an absolute blinder in the post-match interview.
Alongside Diego Costa, who doesn't speak a lick of English, he played the role of translator for all of Geoff Shreeves' questions, but when the Sky Sports presenter asked Luiz about the incident that saw Sergio Aguero sent off (a wild challenge on Luiz), the Brazilian completely played it down, spoke of his respect for Aguero, and explained why he didn't want to talk about trivial stuff like handbags on a football pitch considering what happened in Brazil earlier in the week.
Luis then paid tribute to the victims of the Chapecoense plane crash, and it was really, really well said.
The pan down to zoom in on the injury was rather shameless, top marks to David Luiz who handled that like an absolute pro.
Shreeves was merely doing his job, so there's no need to criticise him too heavily, but he was clearly hoping for something juicy about the tackle as Luis and Aguero have somewhat of a history, but big Dave was having none of it.