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Explaining The Google Images Search Result Banner Mocking Barcelona

Explaining The Google Images Search Result Banner Mocking Barcelona

Real Madrid picked up their third trophy of 2022 when they defeated Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEFA Super Cup game at the Helsinki Stadium in Finland on Wednesday.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side started their season in ideal fashion, as they now look to focus on defending their La Liga and Champions League titles.

It must feel really good to be a Madridista right now and one of them is leaving no stones unturned in making the most of it. The said fan caught the attention of the camera and went viral during the Champions League final against Liverpool last season.

The middle-aged supporter brought a PSG Kylian Mbappe shirt to Stade de France with the words ‘Mbappe 0 Champions League’ scripted at the back. A clear attempt to mock the Frenchman after he decided to re-sign with PSG rather than join Los Blancos as a free agent.

Well, as it happens the same fan was also in attendance at the Helsinki Stadium for the Super Cup game as well.

Being the savage troll that he is, the supporter decided to mock a familiar foe ahead of the Eintracht Frankfurt match. He brought alongside a banner that showed a Google Images result for the query ‘FC Barcelona away shirt 21/22’.

But the search result didn’t feature Barca’s actual away kit, instead, it had photoshopped images of Barca president Joan Laporta lifting a number of other team’s kits including the likes of Inter Milan, PSG, Chelsea, Manchester City & Liverpool along with Real Madrid’s opponents on the night, Eintracht Frankfurt.

Basically, Laporta here represents every Barcelona fan that ‘rooted’ for Real Madrid’s opponents in Europe last season and in the Super Cup against Eintracht.

No Barca supporter wanted to see them win their 14th Champions League title and sided with the Premier League sides, Inter and even PSG – praying against Madrid’s downfall.

In the end, every one of those doubters was left with eggs on their faces – which is what this brilliant banner makes fun of.

Going by how creative this ‘viral’ supporter is with his downright trolling of other clubs, Florentino Perez might just decide to personally pay for his tickets and bring him to all European matches this season.