Antonio Rudiger, a defender for Real Madrid, has acknowledged that he intentionally caused mistakes while playing for Chelsea.
Rudiger claimed that he did it to stir up the crowd and raise the loudness inside Stamford Bridge.
This summer, the German international moved from Chelsea to Madrid as a free agent.
His five years at Stamford Bridge, where he won the Champions League, FA Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Europa League, and UEFA Super Cup, came to an end as a result.
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And now the 29-year-old has admitted he deliberately created mayhem by making mistakes on the field to aggravate Chelsea supporters when he thought they were being too quiet during games.
Speaking to German outlet Sport1 Rudiger said.
“I’ll be honest: I deliberately made a few mistakes because it was just too quiet in the stadium for me during this game,”
“I wanted to wake people up with it.“