In the cruel way only fans can - Chelsea supporters used social media to taunt David Luiz after Brazil’s shocking 7-1 semi-final defeat to Germany.
At the same time, Blues supporters praised boss Jose Mourinho for the £50m the central defender fetched when he moved to Paris St Germain in June.
“Just in time,’ tweeted one, with another supposing the Special One should add Chancellor of the Exchequer to his CV.
Former Wales international Neville Southall claimed Luiz was Germany’s man of the match.
Luiz was poor with bells attached. But then again so were the rest in yellow with the exception of QPR keeper Julio Cesar.
Powerless during the first-half barrage, Cesar made a great diving save to deny Tomas Muller in the second period before rushing out to clear off a German toe.
However, Chelsea’s André Schürrle came on just before the hour to replace World Cup record scorer Miroslav Klose, and almost immediately side-footed a sixth to rub in the humiliation.
When he slammed home a seventh via the underside of the bar, it was difficult to know whether it was a great goal or just plain embarrassing. A bit of both, perhaps.
Never far away from voicing an opinion, Cesar’s team-mate at Loftus Road had a word for Brazil.
“Anybody who spoke about these being good should never, ever comment on football again,” tweeted Joey Barton
“Worst Brazil side in recent history. Maybe all-time. Over-hyped all tournament. 4/1 at the start to win it. Ludicrous.
“Wonder were all the Brazilians who abused me today are now?”
Of course, it was a game of superlatives. The worst Brazilian defeat of all time; the worst defeat in a semi-final by a goal; Klose bypassing Brazil’s Ronaldo’s record with 16 goals - and the German missed the last 32 minutes.
Chelsea’s Oscar scored a decent goal for Brazil just before the end - consolation it wasn't. His club and compatriot Ramires came on as a sub, had a decent shot saved by Manuel Neuer, but on the same eve was linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge.
It said it all.