The fallout from last night’s Manchester United performance continues this morning - as many still cannot quite believe the club’s whimpering performance inside the magnificent Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus.
Goals from Alejandro Dominguez and Arsenal loanee Joel Campbell proved the match-winners as United, whose fans celebrated the Greek draw almost like a free pass to the latter stages, were left egg-faced.
And a number of former players have had something to say about it.
Peter Schmeichel showed his devastation on Twitter, while Roy Keane did his as pundit on ITV - labelling Michael Carrick’s post-match interview as ‘as flat as his performance’.
Mikael Silvestre did it on Twitter.
The Frenchman spent nine years in Manchester - winning five Premier League titles, an FA Cup and a League Cup. He even picked up a Champions League winners medal in his final season at the club back in 2007-08.
He had shot down a former United team-mate earlier in the week.. Roy Carroll, spent four years at Old Trafford but is now a fan-favourite at the Greek side - and he said that the Greek champions could get at a ‘nervous’ United in the game - something dismissed by Silvestre…
But Silvestre was unfortunately, and unexpectedly, forced to enjoy some humble pie as Olympiakos did the unthinkable - and left United on the brink of elimination.
Something which caused this reaction from Silvestre…
Let's grab a drink and pretend tonight never happened ! #OlyMan— Mikael Silvestre (@IamMSilvestre) February 25, 2014
The defender now owns a rum company in the Caribbean - and we imagine he enjoyed the fruits of his own labour after watching this Greek tragedy.
image: © Benjamin Radzun