Manchester United and Manchester City both have lost their openers of the Champions League group stage on Tuesday.
The Red Devils ended in a disappointing 2-1 defeat against PSV Eindhoven at Philips Stadion in Group B, while City fell to a 2-1 loss at Etihad to Italian champions Juventus in Group D.
The Premier League pair makes the night so much worse for the fans – as no side has ever won the Champions League after losing their opener.
English clubs. More money they get, the worse they get in Europe. Italians will catch us within a blink of an eye. Welcome to 3 CL places.
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) September 15, 2015
English clubs in the Champions League... pic.twitter.com/afFSpnyOLF
— Uber Chelsea FC (@UberCheIseaFC) September 15, 2015
— ArsenalFanTV (@arsenalfantv) September 15, 2015
Failure of two Manchester clubs today, another example English clubs underperform in Europe relative to what they can spend. Doesn't add up.
— Andrew Orsatti (@AndrewOrsatti) September 15, 2015
Sergio Aguero will end his career at Manchester City. pic.twitter.com/D7nysDNCpC
— Football Jokes (@LaughingFooty) September 15, 2015
Manchester City have lost at home, their 3 fans will be gutted.
— Cheers Geoff (@Cheers_geoff) September 15, 2015
At 37 Gigi Buffon is both a ledge and the term I use when I need a haircut.
— Ben Foster (@BenFoster) September 15, 2015
Last 12 games Dutch clubs vs English clubs in European competitions: Four Dutch wins, five draws, three English wins.
— Michiel Jongsma (@JongsmaJongsma) September 15, 2015
When Carrick plays Manchester United win, when he doesn't we lose. Simple as that
— Diarmuid Gillingham (@Diarmuid_mufc) September 15, 2015