Packers QB Aaron Rodgers swaps jerseys with Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne

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Two of the greatest passers in football swapped uniforms in Green Bay on Saturday night.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne exchanged signed jerseys inside Lambeau Field, according to De Bruyne’s official Instagram account. Rodgers later shared the post on his own official Instagram.

Rodgers, a four-time NFL MVP, is a big fan of Man City, one of the top clubs in the English Premier League. In the photo, Rodgers is wearing an older version of Man City’s light blue uniform.

Man City beat Bayern Munich in the first-ever soccer match played at a rain-soaked Lambeau Field on Saturday night. De Bruyne’s build-up play led to Man City’s winning goal 12 minutes into the contest.

On the No. 12 Packers uniform, Rodgers wrote: “Kevin, love watching you play. You’re a legend.”

De Bruyne responded: “To the legend Aaron Rodgers, all the best.”

De Bruyne, a Belgium native, has played for Man City since 2015. He’s since developed into a world-class player and one of the best midfielders in the sport. He’s twice won Playmaker of the Season in the Premier League. Last year, De Bruyne finished second in the league in chances created.

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