The world has witnessed a great deal of unexpected moments in 2016.
Deaths of a plethora of iconic celebrities, Donald Trump becoming US president elect, Britain's looming exit from the European Union, Leicester winning the Premier League and the Chicago Cubs taking home the World Series... It has been a truly bizarre year.
It's nice, then, of Tottenham to remind us that some things don't change as they bottled it once again on the big stage.
After passing up a glorious chance to win the Premier League title, only to finish third - once again behind Arsenal - Mauricio Pochettino's men lost out on a place in the last-16 of the Champions League with a 2-1 defeat to Monaco.
Despite seeing Radamel Falcao miss a penalty and having Harry Kane score one of his own, Tottenham were unable to get the better of the French side and crashed out.
Sitting one point ahead of CSKA Moscow, the north London side will be desperate not to crumble once again in the last game of the group stage. But, based on by some people's reactions on Twitter, you wouldn't bet against it...
When you ask a Spurs fan about the Champions League... pic.twitter.com/SoDSZBKWPO— Together Arsenal (@TogetherArsenal) November 22, 2016
Spurs fans returning home like... pic.twitter.com/tVogtADfAJ— TheFootballCommunity (@Footy_Community) November 22, 2016
Colin Farrell sums up #THFC perfectly in In Bruges: "U weren't really s*it, but U weren't great either. Like Tottenham."— Carlo Garganese (@carlogarganese) November 22, 2016
Stop what you're doing - Spurs being Spurs and are out of the Champions League— Arsenal FC (@FFArsenal) November 22, 2016
HaHaHaHaHaHa get back on Thursday nights where you belong Spurs, you shadow dwelling mugs!!!— Mr DT (@mrdt2016) November 22, 2016
All the effort spurs went to so they could have their home games at Wembley to then get knocked out in the group stage...embarrassing— Sam (@Samuel_Davies_) November 22, 2016
Spurs are such a great source of comedy— matthew (@mattlav23) November 22, 2016
Spurs are not, were not and never will be a big club— James Quinlan (@JamesQuinlan_) November 22, 2016
Spurs will be hoping to bounce back from humiliation at Chelsea this Saturday - the same team who ended their league title hopes at the tail end of last season!