Fans of German side Borussia Dortmund seemed very unhappy with UEFA's decision to push the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie against Monaco back by just a day after the horrific attack on the team bus on Tuesday.
The match, scheduled for Tuesday, was postponed following a bombing attack that left Spanish defender Marc Bartra nursing a broken wrist.
Fortunately, Bartra was the only player hurt in the attack, but things could have been much worse, as shrapnel and metal pins were found on the bus during the investigations.
Perhaps the supporters thought that the team should have been handed more time to get over the near-tragic event, and although they came to the match, some of them let UEFA know exactly what was on their minds.
Best banner of last night from the Dortmund fans pic.twitter.com/w8BM60cn0b— UNILAD Football (@UNILADFooty) April 13, 2017
The squad looked to be a bit off in the early going, and were down 2-0 by the 35th minute. They struck twice in the second half, however, earning a manageable 3-2 scoreline to take into the second leg.
The team and their fans, though, clearly feel like UEFA aren't being at all sympathetic.