Right in front of millions of viewers across the globe, Bayern Munich totally demolished Arsenal and further reduced their qualification hopes from the Champions League group stage.
Goals from Robert Lewan-goal-ski, Thomas Muller, David Alaba and Arjen Robben sealed an emphatic 5-1 victory for Bayern as Olivier Giroud gave Arsenal a consolation goal.
One would have thought that after such thorough beating, what fans of Arsenal should get are words of encouragement and consolation but apparently, football fans on Twitter didn’t get the memo. They showed no mercy
Giroud sliding back to England with his consolation goal like pic.twitter.com/gHRDuzqCgD
— LIGHT (@HisRoyalDopenez) November 4, 2015
And jst like tht, arsenal was upgraded to the latest android version.. Version 5.01 mullerpop…
— Patoranking (@pyepar) November 5, 2015
— kenna (@kennagq) November 4, 2015
Even a bank couldn’t resist the temptation to join in…
Our cards will never let you down. (This tweet is not about football) pic.twitter.com/JSNl0Cg8le
— Access Bank Plc (@myaccessbank) November 4, 2015
And someone won’t even accept the consolation goal the poor club managed to score
I refuse to even acknowledge that Arsenal goal.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 4, 2015
The lesson in all of these is to stay away from Twitter anytime your favorite club in on the losing side… especially if the scoreline is 5 – 1.