Marseille Fan Smashes Up Tv, Throws It In River, Then Drop Kicks It After Europa League Final Defeat To Atletico Madrid

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MARSEILLE’S Europa League final defeat against Atletico Madrid last night proved to be too much for one fan.

YouTuber Mohamed Henni went to extreme lengths as he smashed up his TV, before chucking it in the river, where he then jumped in and drop-kicked it.

YouTube, Mohamed Henni Marseille fan Mohamed Henni smashed up his TV after Marseille lost to Atletico Madrid

YouTube, Mohamed Henni Henni looked to destroy the television after Marseille lost 3-0 in the Europa League final

YouTube, Mohamed Henni YouTuber Henni even resorted to headbutting his TV out of frustration and anger

The French supporter is known for his wild antics following a resounding Marseille loss, notably destroying his TV after the 3-0 defeat against Paris Saint-Germain earlier on in the season.

And after Anotine Griezmann inspired the La Liga side to a 3-0 win, Henni failed to control his emotions.

He started off the video – viewed over 700,00 times – by whacking the TV with a bat, before then resorting to kicking the plasma screen, where he then proceeded to headbutt his television.

Henni then exploded into a rant against Rudi Garcia’s side, but not before extracting one final act of vengeance on the TV.

YouTube, Mohamed Henni Henni ranted about Rudi Garcia’s men after they were outclassed by the La Liga club

YouTube, Mohamed Henni Henni then threw his TV into the river despite the protests of his friend filming

YouTube, Mohamed Henni Henni then jumped into the river and drop-kicked the television

Despite the protests of his friend filming, Henni threw the TV into the river outside his house, before jumping into a two-footed lunge.

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