Real Madrid star Toni Kroos walks out of Champions League interview after ‘s*** questions’

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Real Madrid ace Toni Kroos stormed out of a German television interview after being asked two “s**t” questions in the aftermath of Los Blancos’ Champions League triumph over Liverpool. The La Liga outfit won 1-0 in Paris thanks to Vinicius Junior’s second-half goal. 

It was a relatively tepid clash between two of Europe’s most historic clubs. Karim Benzema had a first-half strike controversially disallowed for offside before Vinicius scored the game’s only goal midway through the second period. 

Real managed to frustrate Liverpool and limited the Premier League runners-up to few chances. When Jurgen Klopp’s side had a sight of goal, they found shot-stopper Thibaut Courtois in sensational form. 

Midfield star Kroos was therefore angered when asked by a German broadcaster about the Reds ‘dominating’. In a tense exchange posted to social media, the 32-year-old can be seen growing visibly frustrated with the questions being asked in the interview. 

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In response to being quizzed about Liverpool ‘dominating’ Kroos eventually snaps: “You had 90 minutes and you come up with two s*** questions.”

The Germany international is then led away from the interview by a press officer but walks up to the journalist again. He shouts: “Two negative questions, you can tell right away that you’re German.”

Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti left Liverpool’s rivals Everton in the summer to re-join the Spanish giants. The Italian completed a remarkable first season back at the Bernabeu by winning La Liga, the Spanish Super Cup and now the Champions League. 

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The victory against Liverpool, secured as Vinicius tapped home Federico Valverde’s cross-shot, marked Ancelotti’s fourth Champions League success – an outright record for a head coach. Madrid incredibly defeated Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Manchester City to set up the showpiece event with Liverpool. 

Asked about his record and how Madrid overcame so many great teams, Ancelotti told BT Sport: “I can’t believe. I cannot believe. We are really happy. What can I say? I cannot say more. 

“I am a record man. I had the luck to come here last year and we’ve had a fantastic season. I found a squad, as usual, with a lot of quality and a lot of mental character.

“We passed through some really difficult games. The supporters helped us a lot. Tonight, I’m really happy that they are happy.”

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