Man City fan trolls Atletico’s Savic by hiding Grealish image on stadium tour
A Manchester City fan has hilariously trolled Atletico Madrid defender Stefan Savic by hiding an image of Jack Grealish during a stadium tour.
The pair were at the centre of a heated confrontation during the two clubs' Champions League quarter-final second leg in Madrid last month. Savic was seen pulling Grealish's hair during the match before chasing him down the tunnel at full-time as police got involved in an attempt to stop tensions from boiling over.
Now, one City supporter has taken the chance to poke fun at the Montenegro international during a stadium tour at the Wanda Metropolitano.
In a video shared on social media, the fan can be seen in the home dressing room at the stadium, with the players' shirts and pictures displayed on the wall.
He then holds up a printed out picture of Grealish before folding it up and placing it under Savic's seat in the dressing room. His friend then turns the camera before chanting "City" as he raises his fist in the air.
The confrontation between Savic and Grealish was one of a series of flashpoints across both legs of City and Atletico's European clash last month.
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Grealish repeatedly wound up the Spanish champions during the first leg before tempers again flared in Spain as City progressed 1-0 on aggregate after a goalless draw.
During the match, Savic was spotted yanking Grealish's hair before chasing him down the tunnel at full-time as players from both teams clashed on their way back to the dressing rooms.
Savic's centre back partner Felipe was sent off for two bookings during the match as referee Daniel Siebert struggled to contain the players.
Grealish was even nicknamed 'Peaky Jack' by his City team-mates following their victory due to his antics and his haircut's resemblance to those of the stars of Peaky Blinders.
Having overcome Atletico in the last eight, City set up a semi-final clash with Real Madrid and, after leading 4-3 from the first leg, can progress to a second successive Champions League final. The winner of the tie will face Liverpool in Paris on May 28.
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