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Two Manchester City fans have trolled Stefan Savic with a picture of Jack Grealish, whilst on a stadium tour of the Wanda Metropolitano.
It all started in the first leg, when Grealish came on as a late substitute and instantly managed to rattle the Atleti defender, and one of his teammates, by doing nothing.
In the second leg it was Savic that kicked off the problems on the pitch, when he tried to drag Phil Foden off the pitch, and ended up pulling his rival's hair.
Things heated up again at full time, as the two sides went to their changing rooms, and there's no doubt there is no love lost between the pair. Now two City fans have left the perfect reminder for the Montenegrin centre back.
Whilst in Madrid for the semi final, the fans were clearly on a stadium tour of the Wanda Metropolitano, and have left a picture of their £100 million star in Savic's seat in the changing room.
The incident with Savic earned the former Aston Villa captain a new nickname in his own dressing room but it hasn't got him a much more playing time.
Grealish hasn't quite lived up to his British transfer record price since his move in the summer, and was left on the bench in the second leg against Atleti and the first leg against Real Madrid.
Pep Guardiola's penchant for changing things up at the worst possible time in Europe could see the 26-year-old start in the Bernabeu but it seems unlikely.
Guardiola will certainly be hoping for a less stressful night than Carlo Ancelotti's team gave him last week at the Etihad Stadium, for the first leg.
The hosts were the better team for much of the game and scored the quickest goal in the history of Champions League semi finals, and took a two goal lead on three occasions, including scoring twice in the opening 11 minutes.
However, they just couldn't shake the 13 times European champions, who just kept coming back, and Karim Benzema's panenka penalty means they start the home leg just one goal down.
Whoever does go through knows they'll be meeting Liverpool in Paris on May 28th, and City have the added incentive of knowing Mohamed Salah doesn't want to face them...
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