Rüdiger is once again the protagonist for his ‘craziness’: the prank on a police officer who ends up with his shirt

Antonio Rüdiger was one of the great protagonists in the Clásico that was held last night at the Bernabéu. And not only for football reasons. The Real Madrid defender had the idea of ​​giving a scare to a National Police agent who was in the locker room tunnel.

When the white players were ready to jump onto the grass and start warming up, Rüdiger, unexpectedly, stopped in front of the policeman and made a gesture to scare him. He didn’t seem to succeed because the agent didn’t even flinch. The Madrid player said goodbye to him with a pat on the chest and left with the rest of his teammates.

But the story continued after the game. Rüdiger remembered the policeman and gave him the shirt with which he had played in the Classic. A detail that the agent appreciated: “Not everything is going to be scares.”

The German is enjoying his second season in Spain but the fans are already starting to get to know him. These ‘crazies’ of Rüdiger’s are more common than normal. What happened yesterday with the police officer is not a simple anecdote.

The Real Madrid player is one of those who makes his teammates angry by playing all kinds of pranks on them, and drives rivals crazy with very strange markings like the one he did to Haaland last year or to Salah when he was a Chelsea player. He crouches down to the striker’s butt and charges him with his shoulder. He has even pinched his rivals’ nipples!

Hence, these gestures are beginning to come as little surprise in Spanish football, although at Real Madrid they have gotten used to it for months. Rüdiger has fallen on his feet in Chamartín and is one of the players most loved by the fans, especially for his good work this season in the difficult task of replacing Militao, who suffered a torn external ligament on the first day in San Mamés.

2024-04-22 10:48:25
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