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Porto's Marko Grujic Produced Incredible Moment Of Sh*thousing Against Juventus


Porto's Marko Grujic Produced Incredible Moment Of Sh*thousing Against Juventus

Porto's Marko Grujic 'shamelessly' fell to the ground clutching his face, during Porto's Champions League game with Juventus on Tuesday, before giving a cheeky look to see if his foul play had worked.


Juve were surprisingly knocked out of the Champions League last 16 for the second year in-a-row, after losing on away goals to Porto.

The Italian champions managed to take the game to extra time, having lost the first leg and gone behind in the second leg, but a free kick in the 115th minute put the visitors ahead.


After Juventus equalised two minutes later it made for a nervy ending for Porto but Grujic managed to relieve some of the pressure by winning a free kick.

The midfielder, on loan from Liverpool, held his face as he went down in a challenge but if you thought he got smacked in his mush then think again. Grujic gave a cheeky look up to make sure he'd got away with his dive.

The 24-year-old's ultimate outing himself as a total sh*thouse was reminiscent of Sergio Busquets, who pulled off a similar trick to greater success in 2010.


The Barcelona midfielder managed to get Inter's Thiago Motta sent off for a hand to the face in the Champions League semi-final. With Motta receiving his marching orders, Busquets gave a similar look to Grujic.

And of course David Luiz also pulled a similar trick back in 2013, when he was playing in defence for Chelsea against Manchester United.

The Blues defender gave a cheeky grin to the crowd after his fellow Brazilian was sent off for lashing out at him, then Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez later claimed Luiz was laughing at the fans, not at getting the opposition full back sent off.


The Porto midfielder's actions would have been more expected from his teammate Pepe but the 38-year-old centre back actually put on a masterclass in defending on Tuesday night.

Most Premier League fans will be surprised to hear Grujic's name mentioned, and even Liverpool fans might have forgotten he's still their player.

The Serbian joined the Reds in 2016 from Red Star Belgrade. He's played 16 games in all competitions since and had four loan spells since.

Topics: Liverpool, Football, Serie A, Sergio Busquets, david luiz, Premier League, porto, Juventus, Champions League

Ryan Sidle
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