WATCH: Griezmann to play Superman in Lego Batman movie

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Scroll down to see Griezmann make the announcement.

It seems a Hollywood turn is not only reserved for the football pitch when it comes to Antoine Griezmann.

The France and Atletico Madrid star confirmed on his Facebook Page that he will be voicing Superman in the upcoming Lego Batman movie.

Following on from the hit 2014 Lego movie, the sequel’s French version will have a little extra footballing star power with Griezmann on board.

Not that it needs too much, however, with no other than Channing Tatum voicing Batman in the first movie.

But Tatum & co will have to make way in the French subbed film for Griezmann and possibly another of his team-mates in the national setup.

AS also reported that PSG midfielder Blaise Matuidi will play Flash in the same movie.

We might have to watch the film in French now.

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WATCH: Top 5 South American transfers to Europe

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Some of the world's greatest footballers have moved to Europe to take their careers to the next level.

Ronaldinho, Roberto Carlos, Diego Forlan and Luis Suarez are just some of the world class players to showcase their vast talents in Europe's top leagues.

But which of these stars feature on our list of top South Americans to play in Europe?

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European Round-up: Chelsea, Arsenal and Juventus all win

Sport360 staff 22/01/2017
Sunday saw plenty of goals.

Diego Costa mended fences with a goal-scoring performance on his return to the Chelsea side against Hull.

The Spain striker was left out last weekend amid reports of a bust-up with manager Antonio Conte and interest from China - the official line was a back injury.

There were certainly no signs of discomfort against Hull for Costa, who was acclaimed by the home fans after putting Chelsea ahead during nine minutes of first-half stoppage time following a worrying injury to Ryan Mason.

Gary Cahill added a second late on to earn the Blues a 2-0 victory and put them eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table. Arsenal climbed to second after a remarkable finish to their 2-1 victory over Burnley. Leading through Shkodran Mustafi's 59th-minute goal, the Gunners had Granit Xhaka sent off and were furious to concede a stoppage-time penalty, scored by Andre Gray. Arsene Wenger was sent to the stands for his protests but there was still time for Arsenal to be awarded a penalty of their own and Alexis Sanchez showed a cool head to dink it down the middle. It was another miserable afternoon for champions Leicester, who slumped to a 3-0 loss against Southampton. James Ward-Prowse and Jay Rodriguez scored in the first half and Dusan Tadic netted a late penalty as the Foxes' search for a first away league win of the season goes on. Meanwhile, Paulo Dybala hit a fifth-minute opener and Gonzalo Higuain added a quick second as Juventus humbled Lazio 2-0 on Sunday. Despite a poor record against the Turin giants in recent years, Lazio travelled to Turin looking to end the Serie A champions' 26-match unbeaten league run at home. But Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri overcame a number of enforced absences to send out a reshuffled side that should have finished with a far more generous tally, Higuain, his 87th minute replacement Mark Pjaca, and several other players spurning scoring chances in a fairly one-sided encounter. In the late match in La Liga, goals from Denis Suarez, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar helped Barcelona to an easy 4-0 rout over Eibar at the Ipurua.

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