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Andy Robertson's Comments After First Atletico Madrid Game Clearly Backfired

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."

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Fans have been quick to bring up the 26-year-old's comments after Diego Simeone's side managed to pick up a victory.


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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.

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Featured Image Credit: PA/BT Sport

Topics: Liverpool, Andrew Robertson, Football, Atletico Madrid, Virgil Van Dijk, Champions League, Andy Robertson

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Daniel is a freelancer journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. He lived to tell the tale.