Raging Ryan Babel throws himself on the ground and rolls around while he mocks the overreaction of Allan Nyom
Raging Ryan Babel throws himself to the ground and rolls around while mocking the overreaction of Allan Nyom after he was booked because he had polluted him during the fiery Europa League meeting
- The winger expressed frustration about the defender’s reaction to his challenge
- The Dutchman rolled around and mocked his opponent with a fake cry
- Babel was unimpressed and said the ex-West Brom defender had irritated him
- Ajax has it all to do in the second stage after Getafe managed to achieve a 2-0 win at home
Ryan Babel was furiously left behind by Getafe’s Allan Nyom when the defender threw himself to the ground after a challenge from the Ajax attacker.
Babel was so excited by the reaction of the former West Brom defender that he decided to copy his action, fell to the ground and spun around before mocking his opponent with a fake shout.
The Dutch side was down with 1-0 and the winger clearly thought that Nyom was playing.
RyBabel mocked his opponent Allan Nyom for his reaction to the challenge of the Dutch winger
The former Liverpool player was booked for the tackle but made his frustrations clear
The former Liverpool man was booked for the challenge, but expressed his frustration after the game.
“I don’t know if I’ll ever do the same again. It happens in the heat of the moment, “he told BT Sport after the game.
“That guy [Nyom] was very annoying. Getafe has not impressed me.
“Next week we will play better at home and with another referee.”
The Brazilian Deyverson gave Getafe the lead in the first half before being hit by a lighter during his celebration.
Ajax will have to overcome a shortage of two goals when they organize the second stage next Thursday
Fellow Brazilian and loaned Chelsea winger Kenedy doubled the lead of the home team in the last minutes.
Ajax will have to overcome the shortage of two goals when they organize the second stage next Thursday.
They ended up in the Europa League after they had just missed the qualification of their Champions League group, after they had reached the semi-final of the competition last season.
Instead, it was Chelsea and Valencia who moved on next week with the Blues opposite Bayern Munich, after the Spaniards suffered a 4-1 loss against Atalanta last night.