Manchester United legend Patrice Evra defeated Manchester City Champions League finalists Chelsea with a wild Instagram post.
Kai Havertz scored the only goal of the game when Chelsea were crowned European Champions for the second time this decade.
City’s wait for European glory continues and is something that Evra, who won the Champions League with United in 2008, has enjoyed with great joy.
He took to Instagram and said: “I need it to ask Sir Bobby to double check !!! Good night everyone #ilovethisgame # positive4evra #manchesterunited @championsleague #savage”
Attached is a photo of Evra photocopied next to Sir Bobby Charlton holding the trophy with the message: “Sir Bobby, can you check the City’s name again?
“No, not here yet Pat … I love this game.”
Fans responded to Evra’s post expecting nothing less given her outgoing personality on social media.
A fan said: “Patrice Evra is a legend”.
Another said: “We don’t deserve Patrice Evra. I love this game.”
A third added: “LOOOOOL Evra is too much man”.
While someone else said, “How long have you had this in your drafts, man?”
Pep Guardiola’s side have won the Premier League at a fast pace this season, but in Porto they were well off the pace.
They only recorded one shot on goal and did not start with an Orthodox striker, meaning Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero are on the bench.
Ilkay Gundogan also started in defensive midfield before Fernandinho and Rodri.
Speaking to BT Sport after the game, Guardiola explained to the Daily Express: “I did what was best for the team.
“An exceptional season for us, today we are sad, but we will analyze how exceptional the season has been for us. It was a close game, we almost had a chance to get first gear, we lost them one with [Timo] Werner, in the second half with Pulisic [Christian].
“In the second half we were brilliant, we were brave but we didn’t convert the goals, because defensively they are so strong, so fast on the counterattack.
“We didn’t allow them to play, the players were great to them. Yes, we’ll be back maybe one day again.
“Rest is the ambition now. After that we will prepare for next season and try to improve with the returning players in two or three months. Match by game, we will try to do it.”
“This is the first time we’ve been in these times, for us, it’s time to be here and we hope to return in the future”.
Tonight’s clash was Aguero’s final with the City shirt and is expected to arrive in Barcelona by the end of the summer.