Bayern Munich were on the wrong end of some more than just dubious refereeing decisions during their match against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Not only were two of Cristiano Ronaldo's goals clearly offside, by Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal was wrongly sent off after a challenge where he got the ball.
It would seem Bayern fans were not the only people to be outraged by the referee, Barcelona defender Gerard Pique was less than impressed, tweeting this...
Gerard Pique has just got ruined by Crystal Palace left back Pape Souare pic.twitter.com/uOo8Xli5sh
— iChelseaTweets (@iChelseaTweets) April 19, 2017
However, Crystal Palace fullback Pape Souare reminded the Spaniard of another injustice, back in 2009.
The Senegalese international brilliantly reminded Pique when Barcelona benefitted from the poor refereeing of Tom Henning Ovrebo, and managed to avoid giving away four clear penalties against Chelsea.
About time Barcelona brought on Ovrebo!
— Mark C (@BluemarkC) April 19, 2017
The tie was eventually won by a last gasp Andres Iniesta strike, sparking ugly scenes after the match. Michael Ballack famously sprinted the length of the pitch, hounding Ovrebo over his failure to award a penalty, after his shot was blocked by the arm of Samuel Eto'o.
Then Didier Drogba received a hefty European ban for his foul mouthed rant down the camera after the match.
The irony of Pique's tweet was lost on nobody, least of all Souare.