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Stefan Savic Somehow Didn't Commit A Single Foul Over Both Legs Against Man City

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Stefan Savic Somehow Didn't Commit A Single Foul Over Both Legs Against Man City

Stefan Savic somehow DIDN'T commit a single foul over both legs of Atletico Madrid's Champions League tie against Manchester City.

​Savic picked up a caution for his part in the mass brawl between both teams, with the defender not committing a foul in either legs, according to OptaJoe. 

That's despite him winding up Jack Grealish in the first leg and his countless of antics in the second leg on Wednesday. 

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He sh*thoused his way through the goalless draw without committing a foul, even though he dragged Phil Foden, pulled Grealish's hair and headbutted Raheem Sterling. 

Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA

Savic NOT producing a foul over both legs shocked fans on social media.

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One tweeted: "How is this even possible? Unexpected indeed."

A second wrote: "No foul and he’s lucky he didn’t get sent off."

A third added: "Embarrassing both from him and the officials."

Another commented: "High level shithousery."

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The former Man City player didn't calm down at the final whistle as he continued to rage in the tunnel. 

Once again, he clashed with Grealish as all hell broke loose with Spanish police getting involved. 

Speaking after his side advanced to the Champions League semi-final, Pep Guardiola refused to comment on the mayhem that took place in the closing stages.

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"I have nothing to say," he said. "Don’t talk about referees. Or the opponents. Everyone saw the actions, that’s all. I’ve nothing to say. We take dinner and then we prepare for the FA Cup semi-final.​

"It’s always difficult with these people in this stadium. It’s a big compliment for the players. We gave everything. We have to live these kind of situations.

"We can’t expect that we’re going to make everything marvellous against the champions of Spain. The opponent was really, really good.

"They pushed us a lot. They were excellent in the second half. We forgot to play. Our legs weren’t fresh enough. We were in big, big trouble."

Featured Image Credit: Pa/Champions League

Topics: Atletico Madrid, Manchester City, Football, Champions League

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