Now you’ve done it, terrorists. When you have Premiere League fans on your ass, you should probably just give up.
Manchester United beat Ajax Amsterdam 2-0 in the Europa League final on Tuesday in Stockholm, with players and fans paying tribute to bombing victims in Manchester before, during and after the match. Man United’s Paul Progba:
“We had to focus. Manchester — we won for them. We played for England, we played for Manchester and we played for them — the people who died.”
Some fans, though, had a different way to get their point across, as many well-lubed Manchester supporters gathered after the match for a rousing singalong.
WARNING: Audio not safe for work … or for ISIS.
Substitute Wayne Rooney raised the Europa League trophy and said: “Obviously football doesn’t bring back the lives which were lost, but to try and give some happiness to the city was vital to us.”
Some Manchester City fans also showed up to the game to root for their rivals and support their city.