If Milan's 2-0 win over Barcelona on Wednesday night did not send shockwaves around Europe, then the names of the goalscorers at least caused mild tremors on the south coast of England.
Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng, formerly of Portsmouth, were the men who downed the reigning European champions at the San Siro whilst Pompey fans, depressingly, fight to keep their club afloat.
Reaction to that result, some Harlem Shake "banter" and plenty more besides can all be found in Thursday's edition of Word on the Tweet...
"Bet Portsmouth gutted they let boateng and muntari go...."
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler rather cruelly twists the knife into Portsmouth fans watching last night's Champions League action.
"Who would have thought? Portsmouth 2 Barcelona 0"
Meanwhile, Gary Lineker shows slightly more tact - insisting last night's win is one Pompey supporters can be proud of.
"crutches are gone... Finally walking again"
Good news for West Brom fans as young midfielder George Thorne reveals he is on the mend.
"The Harlem Shakes on youtube are brilliant!! #greatbanter"
Aston Villa defender Ciaran Clark is taking a break from thinking about his side's relegation fears and watching the latest craze gripping YouTube. If you haven't seen Manchester City's version, find it!
"I might just wear a onesie to training 2moro purely for banter and see what kind of reaction i get"
Oh look, more charming banter. Marvin Sordell is chipping in this time, being a total lad with his onesie. Lads, lads, lads BANTER!!! Yes, WOTT is being sarcastic.
"Another great day at training,freezing tho,play some music while I get a massage,Lil Justin timberlake suit and tie"
Christopher Samba seems really, really concerned about QPR's fight against the drop. We don't know how these footballers put up with the stress.
"Going to sleep a bit more after a big breakfast. Have a good day and more than ever we need you tonight!!"
Not content with being paid an absolute wedge and playing in front of thousands of adoring fans each week, Jose Enrique now also takes naps IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DAY!
"Good day for scotland today the referee tonight is Scottish and a big Scottish guy took down the chaser today #banter"
Norwich City midfielder and proud Scot Robert Snodgrass reveals that a new national holiday is in the offing.
"I love that in Starbucks they ask for a name.. And for that few moment u can be that name ! I was 50cent"
But his compatriot David Goodwillie admits that even Championship footballers dream of making it big. Sigh.