Champions League: Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal insults Real Madrid players, calls them “rats”

Chilean midfielder, Arturo Vidal has dismissed Real Madrid’s players as “rats” following Bayern Munich’s Champions League exit on Tuesday evening.

Vidal missed both legs of the semifinal through injury as Real Madrid secured a 2-2 draw to book their place in the Champions League final in Kiev.

Bayern were controversially denied a penalty in the closing stages of the first half as Marcelo got away with a handball inside Madrid’s area.

And the German champions were also unfortunate to miss out on another penalty in the second half as Sergio Ramos looked to have brought down Robert Lewandowski.

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Vidal was fuming with Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir and called the decision to not award a penalty to Bayern for Marcelo’s handball “criminal s**t.”

At the end of the game Real Madrid’s players celebrated reaching the final and Vidal posted again on Instagram, this time directly attacking the players.

The Chilean international midfielder took a picture of Real Madrid’s jubilant players but added the caption: “Rats.”

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