Bayer Leverkusen make right mugs of themselves trying to poke fun at Tottenham on Twitter
Pride comes, as we all know, before a fall.
Clearly the person running the official Bayer Leverkusen Twitter account have never heard the phrase - do they even have it in German? They must do, they always have a phrase in German.
A phrase they certainly do have in German is schadenfreude - something Spurs fans who saw Leverkusen's tweets will no doubt be experiencing right now.
The German side raced into a two goal lead in their Champions League match tonight against CSKA Moscow, and took great delight in reminding their Group E opponents Tottenham, who were 2-0 down at home to Monaco.
Ha ha ha ha.
Only, CSKA weren't done.
Just minutes later, this happened:
And then, hilariously, this:
And THEN, this:
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 14, 2016
And they say Germans don't have a sense of humour...
Elsewhere, Manchester City made light work of Borussia Monchengladbach who were just happy to enjoy the craic.
PLS ANNOUNCE RAIN
— Gladbach (@borussia_en) September 14, 2016
Leicester are also off to a flier in their first season in the Champions League, accounting for Club Brugge with three goals to spare whilst an 89th minute Ronaldo goal and a 95th minute Morata header rescued the champions.
Spare a thought for the 1982 champs though...
The Champions League is back. And it looks like silly season has returned too.