Oasis brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher were forced to face the music after Manchester City's Champions League humiliation.
The famous City fans both attended their club's first ever European final in Porto, but did not end the night partying after a 1-0 defeat.
Kai Havertz' first-half goal settled the all-English final as Pep Guardiola's side faltered at the Estadio do Dragao.
City mustered just one shot on target in the whole game as they missed out on their first Champions League trophy.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel masterminded the Blues' third victory over Guardiola's men since taking charge and City fans were left licking their wounds.
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Oasis rockstars Noel and Liam were both subject to plenty of social media mockery at full-time after both were in the stadium to witness the poor showing from their team.
It was a 54th birthday to forget for singer-songwriter Noel, and Chelsea's official social media team rubbed salt into wounds alongside hundreds of rival fans.
Chelsea posted a series of photos of their players and staff celebrating at full-time, captioned with different famous Oasis lyrics.
"You and I are gonna live forever…," one post read, with a picture of captain César Azpilicueta lifting the famous trophy in reference to classic hit 'Live Forever'.
"We see things you'll never see," was another caption, changed from the lyrics 'we see things they'll never see" in the same song.
Another tweet showing buoyant players said, "Because we need each other, we believe in one another’, in tribute to another popular tune Acquiesce.
And the Blues milked their mockery of the famous band further with a final picture of N'Golo Kante with the caption in Liam's instantly recognisable tweet style reading: ‘Champions of Europe. As you were. NG x’.
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