Griezmann plaque brutally vandalized by angry Atleti fans
- The Frenchman left Atletico for Barca for €120m this summer.
- One fan was pictured throwing beer cans and even toy rats at Griezmann's plaque outside the Wanda Metropolitano.
- Moreover, 'Griezmann die' chants were heard at the stands during the game.
Sunday night crucial fixture between Atletico Madrid and Barcelona was particularly important for Antoine Griezmann. It was the first time the Frenchman faced his former club after the €120m summer move.
Things didn't go smoothly for the 28-year-old. Griezmann's plaque outside the Wanda Metropolitano stadium got vandalized shortly before the kick-off.
El Chiringuito share pictures of the incident. One can notice an angry fan throwing beer cans and even toy rats at Griezmann's plaque.
Moreover, there were disgusting 'Griezmann die' chants heard from the Wanda Metropolitano stands.
Griezmann didn't manage to score past his ex-side as it was Lionel Messi who netted the only goal of the 1-0 win close to the end of the game.
In case you have forgotten, Griezmann joined Barcelona after his release clause dropped from €200m to €120m this July. Atletico threatened the Catalans with a legal procedure for negotiating with the player behind their backs.