As expected, Antoine Griezmann heard wind music on his return to the Metropolitan. The forward was whistled by a part of the Atlético de Madrid fans who do not forgive the French’s flirtations with Barcelona for a year before confirming his departure for the Camp Nou. A part of the rojiblanca fans consider that in their day they played with their feelings and three years later they were reminded of it by whistles. So he had to hear whistles both when he heard his name over the loudspeaker and when he entered the field of play in the 56th minute of the game.
And is that Antonie Griezmann was the undisputed protagonist in the premiere of Atlético in this edition of the Champions League against Porto. The Frenchman returned to the Metropolitano at home after two years at Barcelona and the passage of time has not made a part of the rojiblanca fans forget. Many fans still remember their flirtation with the culé team a year before announcing their arrival at the Camp Nou.
He first said “no” to Barcelona in a documentary produced by Gerard Piqué, and after playing eternal love for Atlético, he ended up leaving Wanda at the end of the season. Later in different emails it was found that the Frenchman had negotiated with the Catalan team before Cristiano Ronaldo’s dramatic elimination against Juventus in Turin.
The hobby of Athletic he does not forget and that was proven when his name was heard over the public address system before the meeting. The Frenchman, who had already been whistled in the last duels before leaving, once again listened to wind music from a part of the fans who were always against his signing … and more if it was to give way to a beloved footballer throughout the red-and-white social mass like Saúl.
Substitute and whistles
For this reason, in the 56th minute he again heard whistles mixed with some timid applause. Before arriving at game time, Griezmann He entered the field to replace Joao Félix and was received at the Metropolitan with another great whistle. It will be difficult for you to win back an unforgiving hobby.