Galatasaray crowd’s boos drown out TNT Sports commentators against Man Utd… and fans watching on TV love it

GALATASARAY fans drowned out the TNT Sports commentators with their hostile atmosphere at the start of their side’s Champions League clash against Manchester United.

The Turkish giants were looking to do the double over the Red Devils following a 3-2 win at Old Trafford last month.

GettyGalatasaray fans made it a cauldron inside Rams Park ahead of the clash[/caption]

The Red Devils are welcomed to hell

The atmosphere is booming in Istanbul as Man Utd face a stern test against Galatasaray…#UCL pic.twitter.com/lTiXFwrJmC

— Football on TNT Sports (@footballontnt) November 29, 2023

A victory would eliminate Erik ten Hag‘s men and be a giant step towards Galatasaray reaching the knockout stages.

The sense of occasion was audible inside Rams Park when the players stepped out onto the pitch – which had been soaked due to extreme weather earlier in the day.

And such was the level of noise made by the crowd, TNT Sports commentators Darren Fletcher, Robbie Savage and Rio Ferdinand could barely be heard on the broadcast.

Yet some football fans were quick to joke they were enjoying the coverage.

One said: “The Galatasaray crowd doing everything they can to drown out Robbie Savage’s commentary.”

Another added: “Nice of the Galatasaray fans to boo every time Robbie Savage speaks.”

A third replied: “Galatasaray [fans] humbled the commentary quickly .”

While a fourth responded: “Can you offer a no commentary, just listen to the crowd option?”

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And a fifth said: “‘Welcome to Hell’. Absolutely spot on. And that’s just Robbie Savage on commentary.”

Man Utd took control of the game inside the opening 20 minutes when an Alejandro Garnacho goal was added to by a Bruno Fernandes stunner.

But the visitor’s 2-0 lead was halved before the half-hour mark thanks to a Hakim Ziyech free-kick.

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