Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery did not hold back after his side were controversially dumped out of the Champions League by Real Madrid.
Two of Crsitiano Ronaldo's goals in the 4-2 defeat appeared to be some way offside, with the Spanish club progressing 6-3 on aggregate after extra time.
And Ribery took to Instagram to vent his frustration after the game.
The French forward posted images of both controversial goals to Instagram stories, with offside lines conveniently altered to show Ronaldo onside.
He also shared a video of Arturo Vidal's tackle clearly showing the Chilean midfielder winning the ball - though referee Viktor Kassai deemed it a foul and showed the Bayern man a second yellow card, leaving the Germans to play the final six minutes, and all of extra time, with 10 men.
Alongside the three images Ribery wrote: 'One year's hard work, thank you ref, bravo'.
His response was rather more explicit than that of Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, who garnered over 100,000 retweets by simply writing '...'.
Ribery was not the only member of the Bayern staff to react angrily to the result.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti was also furious, saying: 'We played very well and I think we deserved more. The decisions penalised us a lot. Vidal's second card should not have been a yellow.
'There should be a referee with more quality in a game like this or put the video referee because there were too many errors.
'Maybe Vidal has to calm down but the second yellow card is a mistake from the referee.'
Ancelotti added: 'I'm not saying we would have gone through with a different referee but the referee had a bad game it would have been a different game with video replays.
'There are a lot of decisions that generate doubt but there is no doubt here – Vidal touches the ball, I saw it as it happened.'