Western Bulldogs player's sad response to Chris Hemsworth post

·Sports Reporter
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Actor Chris Hemsworth (pictured left) watching the 2021 AFL grand final an (pictured right) showing off his muscles in a Western bulldogs jersey.
Actor Chris Hemsworth (pictured left) is a big Western Bulldogs fan (pictured right) and showed his support despite their loss in the AFL grand final. (Images: Instagram)

Movie star Chris Hemsworth continued his avid support of the Western Bulldogs after their devastating finals loss to the Demons and one shattered player expressed his heartbreak to the actor.

The Demons won their first AFL flag in 57 years on Saturday night after a stunning second-half demolition of the Western Bulldogs.

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Melbourne won the absorbing clash 21.14 (140) to 10.6 (66) in front of 60,000 fans at Optus Stadium in Perth.

While Demons' fans celebrated the long-awaited title, Western Bulldogs fans were left shattered.

This included long-time supporter Hemsworth.

The Thor actor recently showcased his support for the Western Bulldogs on Instagram after posting a shot of him celebrating their thrilling one-point win over the Lions.

However, the tune was different on Saturday when Hemsworth watched his team go down in the grand final.

"What a season, what a game, congrats @melbournefc its been a while, well done, well deserved!" he wrote.

"I'm a @westernbulldogs supporter through and through but I love the game @afl. Thanks for an epic season."

And following his post, Western Bulldogs star Jason Johannisen replied with three crying emojis.

Chris Hemsworth's support for the Bulldogs

Unfortunately, Hemsworth was more reserved than his previous posts due to the grand final loss.

Earlier in the month, Hemsworth showed off his muscles after the Bulldogs' nail-biting win over the Brisbane Lions.

The post garnered more than 1.7 million likes, from his more than 50 million followers.

He also showed off his muscles when the Bulldogs defeated the Swans in the 2016 final.

Johannisen happened to win the Norm Smith medal in the 2016 grand final for the best player on ground.

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