TEARFUL Neymar was taunted after failing to mask his misery as PSG fell 1-0 to Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
The £198million superstar arrived beaming behind a face-covering and carrying a huge speaker – but was left with nothing to Bose about as he flopped on the pitch.
Only Neymar would show up to the Champions League final with a speaker like this 😎 pic.twitter.com/smxQYvQr0A
Kingsley Coman’s 59th minute header gave Bayern Europe’s top domestic prize for the sixth time – winning all 11 games in this season’s tournament.
That staggering stat contrasts with a forlorn fact for ex-Barcelona frontman Neymar – 14 failed shots in a row during Champions League action.
The Brazil superstar’s swift change in fortunes was sweet music to merciless armchair fans.
One tweeted: “Neymar is going to look stupid as hell when he leaves with that Bose speaker.”
And another suggested: “Life, as if proof was needed, comes at you fast.”
Touch of class from David Alaba. Just won the Champions League, achieved a life-long dream and he’s consoling Neymar.
Love seeing stuff like that. 👏 pic.twitter.com/SOZ7VS9kn1
But Bayern defender David Alaba, who has been linked with Manchester City, was praised for the way he comforted Neymar afterwards, rather than just celebrate victory with his own team-mates.
Appreciative tweets included: “Beautiful moment” … “Absolute class”… and “This is why we love football”.
Meanwhile, one observer was quick to point out the irony of French matchwinner Coman shining on his surprise start ahead of Ivan Perisic.
Their message read: “PSG spent £400m on Neymar and Mbappe but allowed Kingsley Coman to leave for free.”
And Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand warned the French champions they face a painful summer trying to come to terms with final defeat.
💰 PSG spent €400m on Neymar & Mbappe
🤦♂️ But allowed Kingsley Coman to leave for free
Former England centre-back Ferdy mournfully recalled losing two of his three Champions League finals.
The BT pundit said: “These guys won’t enjoy their holidays this year. I’ve been there.
“You’ll go on a holiday and you’ll be just enjoying yourself and starting to get into the groove… and bang, you’re taken back to this moment and that feeling. It’s terrible and it takes a while to get rid of it.”