Manchester United boss' season summed up in one image.
Slumped into the back of his seat, David Moyes watches on in horror as his Manchester United side suffer their most depressing defeat of the season so far.
The Champions League was the one positive players and fans at United were clinging onto, hoping fate would see them put together a run against the odds to claim the trophy.
As it stands, they can't even beat Olympiakos, going down 2-0 against the in-form Greek champions, clinging to past glories that they may yet turn around the second leg.
If they cannot, then the image of David Moyes slumped in his seat in the dugout could become as enduring as failed England manager Steve McClaren standing underneath an umbrella as England crashed out of European Championship qualifying to Croatia in late 2007.
The Manchester United manager's reputation is at a seriously low stock, and he needs a dramatic revival in fortunes to turn it around. United fans will hope this is the nadir, but at least for Moyes' sake he has not been likened to a turnip a la Graham Taylor just yet.