Tottenham Hotspur failed to overcome a 3-0 first leg defeat to Borussia Dortmund, as the German side eased into the last eight of the Europa League.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang continued his personal piss-take by scoring a ridiculous long range goal in the first half, before adding a second after the break.
Son Heung-Min got one back for Spurs, but the English side were comfortably outclassed by their Bundesliga opposition.
Despite it being a mismatch, Twitter had plenty to say.
Here’s the best of the reaction:
Before the game, BVB’s legendary fans were in fine form:
Dortmund fans with a banner saying "UEFA Super League? Shut the f*ck up!" pic.twitter.com/gdAZDaL9Gn
— The Away Fans (@theawayfans) March 17, 2016
They’d brought plenty of flags:
— Uwe Hünemeier (@UweHuenemeier2) March 17, 2016
Aubameyang opened the scoring in the first half, continuing his amazing season:
Aubameyang has been involved in 42 goals this season, (34 goals, 8 assists) in 40 games this season #bvblive
— bvbstuff (@bvbstufff) March 17, 2016
And the Spurs bench lost hope:
— DW Sports (@dw_sports) March 17, 2016
But it wasn’t just the Gabon striker getting all the love, as this guy proved:
The goal pretty much killed off Spurs’ hopes of any kind of comeback:
Dortmund were always going to be a huge test and benchmark for top European quality,it's a lesson learnt just hope levy/Poch take note #coys
— jay (@32yid) March 17, 2016
And if it wasn’t definite, Aubameyang scored again:
2-0 Dortmund. That man Aubameyang again. Leicester should sign him next season
— Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) March 17, 2016
Son Heung-Min did get one back for Spurs to keep up his impressive personal record:
7 – Son Heung-Min has contributed seven goals for Spurs in the Europa League this season (three goals, four assists). Consolation.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 17, 2016
This guy wasn’t bitter, promise:
Dunno why people are laughing at us like Dortmund wouldn't walk the Premier League with ease and destroy every English side
— Jake. (@YedIin) March 17, 2016
But there was a warning from an old friend:
Dortmund I'm coming for you my old friends
— Comical Klopp (@comicalklopp) March 17, 2016
What a game that would be…