Luis Suarez teases Real Madrid after Champions League exit: 'I've always been a fan of Ajax'


Ajax stunned Real Madrid on Tuesday night to progress into the quarter-finals of the Champions League. 

The Dutch side went into the away leg 2-1 down and many didn't expect them to cause Los Blancos any problems. 

But goals from Hakim Ziyech, David Neres, Dusan Tadic and Lasse Schone fired Ajax to a 4-1 victory at the Bernabeu, dumping the European Champions out of the tournament. 

The result means that for the first time since 2015, someone other than Sergio Ramos will be lifting the famous trophy above his head. 

With Madrid crashing out of Europe, results over the last seven days have pretty much ensured that they won't be bringing a single major trophy back to the Bernabeu this year. 

Back-to-back defeats to Barcelona ended Real's Copa del Rey run and also sees them now 12 points behind the Blaugrana in La Liga. 

In the cup fixture a week ago, it was Luis Suarez who popped up with two goals in a 3-0 win that sent Barca through to the final. 

A few days later, the Uruguayan was seen mocking Real's Sergio Reguilon for crying at full-time after a 1-0 Clasico defeat.


His lack of sportsmanship that evening caused a bit of a stir and after Ajax's win, he was at it again. This time, on social media. 

Suarez posted a tweet responding to a photo of Ajax players celebrating at the Bernabeu, which according to Marca, translates to "Congratulations, I have always been a fan of Ajax."   

Check it out below. 

The Barca striker spent four years with the Dutch club before moving to Liverpool, so his response isn't all that surprising. 

Still, it does feel like he's mocking Real all the same.

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