During the Champions League final, LeBron James was booed, and fans mocked him with a clever chant.

During the Champions League final, LeBron James was booed vehemently by Real Madrid fans, who also chanted a cheeky chant in his direction.

The 37-year-old Los Angeles Lakers forward owns a minority stake in Liverpool and was seen cheering on Jurgen Klopp’s side as they attempted to avenge their 2018 final loss to Real Madrid. However, unlike his stellar performances on the court, James was unable to do anything but stand on the sidelines as Real Madrid claimed an unlikely victory with their lone shot on goal.

The 6ft 9 basketball star may not have been wise to wear a Reds shirt over the shoulder of his three-piece suit while sitting in a swanky VIP box near the Los Blancos ultras.

During Saturday’s Champions League final, LeBron James was subjected to a cruel taunt by Real Madrid supporters.

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When he took a seat to watch the final, he was greeted with a chorus of boos before Madrid fans began chanting “Michael Jordan better.” James, on the other hand, seemed to enjoy the cruel taunt and gestured his right hand towards the crowd as if to say “bring it on.”

When the 37-year-old’s picture appeared on the big screen, he smiled wryly, but the Real Madrid fans booed again.

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LeBron James was booed hysterically by Real Madrid fans in the area.

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James, as humble as ever in defeat, sent Klopp and his teammates a heartfelt message of gratitude. for a season at Anfield that will be remembered for a long time to come. “@LFC: I’m very proud of you!! Whether you won, lost, or drew this season, you guys gave it your all, and we all appreciate it!! #YNWA,” he wrote on Twitter, where he has 51 million followers.

Despite the fact that Liverpool were unable to avenge themselves in Paris, Jurgen Klopp has already urged fans to begin making travel plans for next season’s Champions League final, which will be held in Istanbul.

“It feels different, and I know I said it after we lost to Sevilla in Basel and in Kyiv – it’s not bad to get to the final and already kind of success,” he told reporters after their 1-0 loss in Paris.

“We didn’t have the success we hoped for, but I believe we’ll be back.” The next Champions League final will take place in Istanbul, so make your hotel reservations now!”

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