'These are the questions you ask?' – Furious Toni Kroos storms out of interview after winning Champions League final

'These are the questions you ask?' – Furious Toni Kroos storms out of interview after winning Champions League final

May 29, 2022

TONI KROOS stormed out on a TV interview after being asked "s***y" questions following Real Madrid's Champions League final win.

The midfielder celebrated a FIFTH European triumph as Liverpool were beaten 1-0 in Paris.

But Kroos was left fuming with German broadcasters ZDF when being probed about Real's form in the final and tournament itself.

Kroos said in German: "You had 90 minutes to come up with good questions – honestly and then you come up with two s***y questions.

"It was obvious that it would be difficult against Liverpool, what's this question?

"We don't play the group stage here, we are playing the Champions League final.

"Terrible, honestly terrible. You only ask two negative questions, you know directly that you come from Germany."

The 2014 World Cup winner then stormed off and continued to join in the celebrations with his team-mates.

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Kroos, 32, also posted on Twitter: "Make it 5."

Vinicius Junior, 21, scored the winner just after the hour mark but the night belonged to keeper Thibaut Courtois, 30.

The former Chelsea stopper bagged the man of the match award and proved any doubters wrong.

Courtois said: "I needed to win a final for my career and for people to respect me because I don’t think they do especially in England.

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"I just feel sorry for my brother. He is getting married on Sunday and I can’t be there."

Dani Carvajal, 30, added: "He made three or four saves to win it for us."

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez called Courtois "the best in the world."

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