Stefan Savic somehow didn’t foul for Atletico Madrid on both legs against Man City

Savic was booked for his part in the mass brawl between the two teams, with the defender not committing a foul in either leg, according to OptaJoe.

This is despite the fact that he liquidated Jack Grealish in the first leg and his countless antics in the second leg on Wednesday.

He fought his way through the goalless draw without committing a foul, although he dragged Phil Foden, pulled Grealish’s hair and headbutted Raheem Sterling.

Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA

Savic NOT producing a foul on both legs shocked fans on social media.

One tweeted, “How is that even possible? Unexpected indeed.”

A second wrote: ‘No foul and he’s lucky he didn’t get sent off.

A third added: “Inconvenient both for him and for the officials.”

Another commented: “High level shithousery.”

The former Man City player didn’t calm down at the final whistle as he continued to rage through the tunnel.

Speaking after his side qualified for the Champions League semi-finals, Pep Guardiola declined to comment on the chaos that ensued in the knockout stages.

“I have nothing to say,” he said. “Don’t talk about the referees. Or the opponents. Everyone saw the actions, that’s all. I have nothing to say. We have dinner and then we prepare for the FA Cup semi-final .​

“It’s always difficult with these people in this stadium. It’s a big compliment for the players. We gave everything. You have to live with these kinds of situations.

“We can’t expect everything to be wonderful against the Spanish champions. The opponent was really, really good.

“They pushed us a lot. They were great in the second half. We forgot to play. Our legs weren’t fresh enough. We had big, big problems.”

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