Forgotten ex-Liverpool star in incredible X-rated rant after Champions League epic as fans say ‘we need more bad blood’

FORGOTTEN Liverpool star Kamil Grabara has branded Galatasaray a “s***hole” in an incredible rant on social media.

The goalkeeper is now starring for Danish side Copenhagen and faced the Turkish giants in the Champions League on Wednesday.

ReutersKamil Grabara went on an X-rated rant after Copenhagen’s draw at Galatasaray[/caption]

AlamyTete netted a late equaliser for the hosts[/caption]

Grabara, 24, started the game in what turned out to be an epic European clash in Turkey.

The visitors took a 2-0 lead through goals from former Southampton ace Mohamed Elyounoussi and Diogo Gonçalves.

Copenhagen had ridden their luck with Grabara making a good save from Mauro Icardi.

However, the match took a turn as Elias Jelert was sent off for his second bookable offence.

This allowed Galatasaray back into the game with their stars such as Hakim Ziyech, Dries Mertens and Icardi keen to score.

Despite the attacking talent on display, it was right-back Sacha Boey who grabbed the hosts a lifeline in the 86th minute.

Two minutes later former Leicester City ace Tete converted with a brilliant volley from Wilfried Zaha‘s cross.

Grabara was fuming to see the three points be snatched away as they left with just one.

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The former Liverpool stopper took to social media to vent his frustration at the result.

He wrote: “Deserved all 3pts from that s***hole, but that’s life, we move on.”

Grabara later edited the post to “s**t game” in an attempt to soften the jibe.

Some fans loved seeing the passion from the players as one commented: “I love this type of shit talking we need more bad blood in sports, specifically in social media posts.

“Call me shallow but I love nothing more.”

A second wrote: “Blud wasn’t holding back.”

A third said: “New favourite GK.”

Grabara was at Liverpool for five years between 2016 and 2021.

However, he never made an appearance for the first team but did make 34 outings for the U21s, keeping 11 clean sheets.

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