Man City have lost Atletico Highlights – Atletico Madrid has become violent: The UEFA Champions League quarter-final ended with Manchester City’s grueling win over Atletico Madrid. But the clash between the two continues outside the match. City’s fiery clash with Atletico Madrid has resumed in the tunnel. Versaillesco tried to start a fight at the host’s seam and spat on Kyle Walker before police entered. Follow InsideSport.IN for the latest football news.
Earlier, the match ended in a draw but City advanced to the semifinals with a 1-0 victory. Man City will now face Real Madrid in the 1st leg of the semi-final on April 26.
UEFA Champions League semifinal schedule
- Leg 1: 27th April Manchester City vs Real Madrid Live
- Step 2: May 5 Real Madrid vs Manchester City Live
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Man City Atletico Tunnel Fight – What Just Happened?
- According to UK media reports, Versailles tried to start a fight at the host’s seam as the players were walking into the tunnel after a grueling match.
- The footage shows him trying to spit on Kyle Walker of Man City before police entered.
- The defender had to be stopped by Atletico staff as he tried to fight members of the City squad.
- Further, Versaillesco teased a City staff member with goalkeeping gloves for City team members.
- Atletico Right Back has completely lost its cool.
- He was seen gesturing aggressively and reaching the top of the stairs to spit.
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Etihad was also a villain with Croatian Stefan Savic – the pair both wanted to pull Jack Grylish by his hair.
Sevic pulled the same tactic over Grilish towards the end of the second leg and the pair collided in the tunnel.
Montenegro defender Wanda Metropolitano started a massive scuffle as the clock struck 90.
He alleges Phil Foden, who was lying on the sidelines after being kicked by Philippe – won the red card for the Brazilian.
Savic tried to pull Foden off the pitch as Atleti desperately searched for an equalizer.
This caused players and coaches on both sides to quarrel in the corner.
Savick Rahim headbutts Sterling and then grabs Grylish’s hair and continues his disgusting ordeal after the 100-million-pound man comments.
However, despite the help of VAR, Savic somehow managed to escape with only one yellow card as City drew 0-0 and advanced to the Champions League semifinals.
But he wasn’t there and was seen arguing with Grillish when the pair later climbed the tunnel stairs.
BT Sport pundit Rio Ferdinand said: “The uncomfortable behavior from Atletico players should embarrass them for some unethical behavior.
“You have to say, speaking of football, it has been good for Atletico Madrid because they have played Manchester City in a way we haven’t seen in a long time, out of rhythm and out of progress.
“But towards the end there weren’t some things you want to see on the football pitch.”