Man Utd legend Patrice Evra mocks City after Champions League loss to Chelsea with hilarious Bobby Charlton Photoshop
PATRICE EVRA enlisted the help of Bobby Charlton to tease Manchester City following their Champions League defeat.
The Manchester United heroes featured in a meme posted online by the Frenchman.
A post shared by Patrice Evra (@patrice.evra)
It showed Charlton looking at the European Cup he won in 1968 with Evra's face Photoshopped onto a team-mate.
The caption read: "Sir Bobby can you check for City's name again?
"Nope, still not here Pat…"
Evra, 40, won the 2008 trophy with a penalty shootout victory over Chelsea – United's third Champions League crown.
It was 83-year-old Charlton who led the club to their first 40 years earlier, beating Benfica 4-1 in the Wembley final.
And Evra captioned the post: "I need it to ask Sir Bobby to check again!!! Good night everyone."
Manchester City failed to lift their maiden Champions League crown on Saturday after a 1-0 defeat to Chelsea.
Kai Havertz scored in the first half to earn the Blues' second title.
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Evra's followers lapped up the Instagram post, with rival supporters taking the joke in good humour.
City fan and comedian Jason Manford joked: "Blocked and reported!"
Rob added: "For all the City fans who cheered a goalkeeper penalty miss. Ederson should stay in his box!"
Another remarked: "Manchester is blue they said!"
But one rival hit back: "United couldn't even win Europa."
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