RB Salzburg overheard chanting foul-mouthed Sevilla slurs inside dressing room

Red Bull Salzburg stars were overheard chanting foul-mouthed slurs aimed at Sevilla shortly after their 1-0 victory over the Spanish side secured qualification to the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Noah Okafor was the hero as his strike early into the second half was enough to secure Salzburg's place in the knockout stages of the Champions League for the very first time.

Sevilla were therefore dumped into the Europa League play-offs as they settled for third in the group, and to rub salt into the wound Salzburg didn't hold back on their celebrations as they made club history.

However, their elation spiralled and foul-mouthed chants were then heard at the expense of their Spanish opponents.

Okafor, who was the hero on the night, ended up landing his side in a whole lot of hot water as he went live on Instagram to share the wild scenes, but chants of "Spanish w****r" could be heard as thousands of fans tuned in.

The video was then instantly shared around social media as news travelled about their remarks, and on a night where Salzburg should have been bathing in glory, they had to issue an apology.

In response to the video being released on Twitter, the official RB Salzburg account said: "In the emotion of what was for us such an extraordinary success, words were uttered that should not have been.

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"Today we played against a strong and fair opponent to whom we sincerely apologise for the choice of words. Sorry."

It was an incredible achievement for Salzburg who only missed out on top spot by one point, as Lille wrapped up their group stage in style with a 3-1 win away to Wolfsburg, but Sevilla will have confidence ahead of a potential route into the Europa League.

Sevilla have won a record six Europa League titles, and won three in a row between 2013 and 2016, so they will fancy their chances again.

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