New footage emerges appearing to show Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos MOCKING Mason Mount after knocking his Chelsea team out of the Champions League after a year-old FEUD sparked on social media
- A footage showing Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos mock Mason Mount has emerged
- Their feud goes back to last year when Kroos said he wasn’t scared of Chelsea
- Chelsea won the tie 3-1 on and went on to lift the Champions League trophy
- Real Madrid got revenge this year as they knocked out Thomas Tuchel’s side
A video footage appearing to show Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos mock Mason Mount has emerged – a year on from their previous feud.
The Laliga giants advanced to the semi-finals of the Champions League after beating Chelsea 5-4 on aggregate on Tuesday night.
Chelsea led 3-0 on the night but goals from Rodrygo and Karim Benzema ensured Carlo Ancelotti’s side won the tie.
A footage showing Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos (left) mock Mason Mount (right) has emerged
Following the the final whistle, Kroos is seen mimicking Mount’s movement as pretended to look into the distance.
The pair’s feud goes back to last season when the two teams met in the semi-finals. Chelsea won the tie 3-1 before eventually lifting the Champions League trophy.
Speaking before the second leg game last year, Kroos insisted he was not fearful of Chelsea’s attacking threat, saying: ‘In my 15 years playing football, I never lost sleep.
‘They showed in Madrid that they play as a team. They have a German coach so that doesn’t surprise me. They defend well and have pace up front, those are their strengths.’
Mount scored Chelsea second goal of the night five minutes from time, as the Blues won the game 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Mount hit back at full-time of the second leg and insisted that both Kroos and Real Madrid ‘need to lose sleep over us as a team.’
Kroos is seen mimicking Mount’s movement as pretended to look into the distance
Mount appeared to look for something in the distance following the final whistle
The England international told CBS Sports: ‘I saw one of their players say before that he doesn’t lose sleep over individuals.
‘But as a team, they need to lose sleep over us as a team. We give so much, we defend for our lives.
Kroos Tweeted the next day: ‘Still sleeping ok. But well done yesterday. congrats. Good luck in your first CL final.’
Carlo Ancelotti will place Manchester City on April 26 and May 4 for a place in the final at Stade de France.