Atletico Madrid Fans BOOED Antoine Griezmann was booed by Atletico Madrid fans on his subsequent home introduction for the club and it’s unimaginably fierce to watch.
The France worldwide got back to Atletico on cutoff time day following a two-year spell with Barcelona.
He made his second presentation in away triumph over Espanyol last end of the week, however Wednesday night’s Champions League conflict with Porto was his first game back at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Fans are as yet irritated with the way he left back in 2019 and they didn’t conceal their dissatisfactions before start off.
From 0:50 in the video over, Griezmann’s name is perused out by the arena broadcaster and met with huge sneers.
Each and every other player got a cheer from the home help and it isn’t the fantasy return Griezmann had expected.
He was then booed in the wake of coming on as a subsequent half substitute for Joao Felix.
Griezmann neglected to help Atletico discover a champ and they’d wind up drawing the game 0-0.
He got an opportunity directly at the passing before Chancel Mbemba pulled him down to get a red card.
The 30-year-old at first left Atletico after his delivery proviso of €120 million was set off.
It then, at that point arose Griezmann had concurred terms with Barcelona two months before the 18/19 season finished – when Atletico were title challengers until the end.
This came a year after his well known ‘The Decision’ narrative in which he submitted his future to the club.
Eduardo Fernandez, leader of the Atletico de Madrid International Penas Union, told L’Equipe in front of Wednesday’s conflict that Griezmann has far to go to win back fan support.
Per Tribal Football he clarified: “A piece of the public will whistle and affront him, that is without a doubt. At the point when his name is declared and when he contacts the ball.
“There is a disillusionment. Previously, he was our object of worship. Presently he’s simply a player like some other. He doesn’t address much any longer. His picture has truly crumbled.
“All of us are as yet harmed by what he did. Time will see our aggravation mend. He should recapture our trust and our affection.
“It is dependent upon him to be excused and to vindicate himself. How? ‘For sure’ ? By perspiring the pullover and scoring. At the point when he lays out significant objectives, gradually things will fully recover. Since he can by and by turn into the extraordinary player he was, I am persuaded.”