Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy ‘lasted for 20 seconds’ after telling a woman he was ‘small’ down there, a court heard.
The footballer, 28, also allegedly told the woman, who claims he raped her during a party at his house, “All these women want to f*** me”.
Jurors watched a police interview with the woman in which she tells a detective she was invited to Mendy’s house in July last year.
She said she had been playing Jenga and a dare game with the French International and his friends in the kitchen.
Chester Crown Court heard Mendy then asked her to come downstairs and they began kissing by the swimming pool before he pulled his pants down.
She told police: “His language was quite direct and crude. He said ‘You don’t trust me’ and I said ‘I don't know you’.
“He was like ‘All these women want to f*** me’ and I was like ‘OK’. I think he was saying stuff to make me want to do stuff with him.
“I was like I’m not doing anything like that and I literally had to give excuses as to why. It was like arguing with a brick wall.”
She said she told Mendy she did not want to have sex with him as she had to get to work, that she was not on contraception so didn’t want to get pregnant and she was also worried it would be painful.
The woman said: “It wasn’t something I would want to do, especially with someone I don’t know. And I was sober as well so I was very aware of everything.
“And I was like I don’t want to do anything, I don’t know you, I would rather get to know someone better, it wouldn’t even be enjoyable for me.
“He said ‘It’s small, don’t worry’ and I said ‘That’s not helping.”
She added: “We just ended up having sex and it wasn’t long or anything – within 20 seconds it was over.”
The woman told police the alleged rape left her feeling “dirty and unclean”.
Prosecutor Timothy Cray QC told jurors earlier this week Mendy raped two other women on the same night.
Mendy denies a total of eight counts of rape, one count of sexual assault and one count of attempted rape.
The court heard the offences took place at Mendy’s "isolated" home, The Spinney, in Mottram St Andrew in rural Cheshire.
Also on trial is Mendy’s friend and ‘fixer’ Louis Saha Matturie, 41, who allegedly helped find young women for Mendy and was present at parties where women claim they were raped.
Saha, of Eccles, denies eight counts of rape and four counts of sexual assault against eight different women – two of whom Mendy is also accused of raping.
The trial, which is scheduled for four months, continues.
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