Andy Robertson's Comments After First Atletico Madrid Game Clearly Backfired
Fans have uncovered Andy Robertson's comments warning Atletico Madrid about Anfield following Liverpool's Champions League exit.
But Robertson's comments following the first leg have resurfaced and they haven't aged well.
The Scotsman told BT Sport after their 1-0 loss in the first leg: "They celebrated like they won the tie after the game, so let's see. They're coming back to Anfield, we know our fans will be there."
"They celebrated like they won the tie after the game, so let's see."
"They're coming back to Anfield, we know our fans will be there."
Virgil van Dijk and Andy Robertson know this one isn't over yet :muscle:
:microphone2: @DesKellyBTS pic.twitter.com/5tJpyM9DvH
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 18, 2020
Fans have been quick to bring up the 26-year-old's comments after Diego Simeone's side managed to pick up a victory.
Robertson and Van Dijk: "They have to come back to Anfield. We will be waiting for them there."
Diego Simeone at Anfield: pic.twitter.com/6iHLoBxWSm
- Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) March 11, 2020
Andy Robertson: "We'll be waiting for Atletico Madrid at Anfield. They won't be ready for us."
Atletico Madrid: pic.twitter.com/JJjn1AKJEb
- 360Sources (@360Sources) March 11, 2020
Andy Robertson exiting the Champions League on his birthday. Nothing satisfies me more
- Gally :tm: (@AFCGally) March 11, 2020
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Andy Robertson missed 4/4 shots vs. Atletico Madrid tonight, including a big chance.
"They celebrated like they won the tie after the game, so let's see." :eyes: pic.twitter.com/GpnWHHIco7
- Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) March 11, 2020
Andrew Robertson: "We've got Premier League business to take care of & then they are coming back to Anfield - we know we'll be there."
:x:Lost to Watford
:x:Knocked out the cup by Chelsea
:x:Knocked out the UCL by Atletipic.twitter.com/4QsPiiJw3d
- ً (@utdrobbo) March 11, 2020
Liverpool managed to take the tie to extra-time after a first-half header from Georginio Wijnaldum.
Jurgen Klopp's side dominated throughout the game but couldn't find a second in normal time.
However, Roberto Firmino netted four minutes into the first half of extra-time to give his side the lead.
But Atletico substitute Marcos Llorente netted a brace to stun Anfield as the half came to a close.
Alvaro Morata then added a third deep into added time to give his side victory on the night alongside progression to the next round.
Featured Image Credit: PA/BT Sport
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