Patrice Evra poked fun at Liam and Noel Gallagher after Manchester City's Champions League final defeat to Chelsea.
The Sky Blues were defeated 1-0 by Thomas Tuchel's side on Saturday evening, prolonging City's wait for European silverware as a club.
It was a loss that former United left-back Evra took pleasure in as he shared a video mocking the result on Twitter.
The former France international, who won the Champions League with the Red Devils in 2008, impersonated the Gallagher brothers as he performed his own rendition of the Oasis hit 'Wonderwall'.
"Liam, where are you?" Questioned Evra.
He continued: "Do you remember when you were laughing at me when United lost? Now it's your turn. Don't be jealous, I just want to share. This is a special Monday for you, Liam.
"Stop saying Manchester is blue. I've got more trophies than your entire club!
"I said maybe, you're going to win it [the Champions League] when I'm ninety. And after all, you're my noisy neighbour."
"I love this game!"
This is not the first time Evra has been known to share videos of this nature on Twitter, having developed a reputation for his light-hearted social media posts since retiring from professional football.
Evra and Liam Gallagher shared a brief exchange on Twitter last October following United's 6-1 home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur, which led to the Frenchman claiming that City would never the Champions League.
This season was the first time that the Sky Blues had progressed past the quarter-finals of the competition under the guidance of Guardiola.
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