Griezmann flies out of Barcelona after being called "motherf*****" by Pique
Antoine Griezmann was spotted jetting out of Barcelona just hours after he was called a "motherf*****" by team-mate Gerard Pique.
The pair were involved in a heated exchange during Barcelona's 4-1 Champions League defeat to PSG on Tuesday night.
Lionel Messi had given the La Liga giants the lead in the contest before Kylian Mbappe hit back for the visitors.
And it was after Mbappe's strike that Griezmann and Pique's war of words began.
Pique could be heard screaming at his team-mates after PSG were awarded a corner late in the first-half.
He yelled: "Not one f***ing long spell of possession, for f*** sake. F***ing hell! Come on!"
To which Griezmann replied: "Calm, Geri, stop shouting."
Pique then shouted at Griezmann: ""F***ing hell Grizzi, f***'s sake."
Before the Frenchman hit back and told the Barcelona stalwart: ""F*** you."
The defender then barked: "No, f*** you. We're suffering and it's been like this for five minutes."
Griezmann urged Pique: "Don't shout."
Clement Lenglet then attempted to organise Barcelona's back line to defender a corner, but the warring pair weren't done just yet.
Pique slammed slammed Griezmann's work-rate and said: "Motherf*****, we're running like crazy."
But Griezmann wasn't having any of it and claimed: "I'm running too."
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The spat capped a desperate night for the La Liga giants who were eventually embarrassed 4-1 in the last-16 tie.
Mbappe added two more goals to secure his hat-trick, while Everton loanee Moise Kean also got in on the act with a strike of his own.
Griezmann was later spotted fleeing the scene via the city's El Prat airport, where he jumped on a private jet.
Reporters questioned the striker on where he was going, but unlike earlier in the evening, this time he was in no mood to talk.
Instead, the Frenchman snapped back and said: "Why does it matter to you?"
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