It started with a kiss...
When your ex has had too much to drink and tells you that you were always the one... pic.twitter.com/McWL9POV89— JOE.co.uk (@JOE_co_uk) May 12, 2015
Then Bayern went ahead on the night. But the lead didn't last long.
Two goals inside the opening 15 minutes, this was shaping up to be a good 'un. But let's be honest, it had nothing on the League One play-offs...
Bayern v Barca has been alright, but it's not exactly Swindon v Sheff Utd... pic.twitter.com/WdMQ23t74z— bet365 (@bet365) May 12, 2015
Then Neymar scored again; a clinical finish at the far post. This
Neymar doing his very best Balotelli impression tonight. Superb— Deluded Brendan (@DeludedBrendan) May 12, 2015
Who incidentally, was a replacement for this man:
And it was he who set up another for Neymar, putting Barca 2-1 up on the night.
To be perfectly honest, that's not a great tweet. But it links nicely to this one ('cos of planes):
Why is Thomas Cook Sport a Thing? And more to the point, why does it have 21,000 followers? Hopefully there's an @RyanairPolitics too, or an @EasyJetAgonyAunt - where you pay for the excess if your problem is too long.
Anyway, back to the football. Ter Stegen's save had Pep angling for an early night.
"I'm just going to head off, lads." pic.twitter.com/RRXxG0Td0X— Squawka Football (@Squawka) May 12, 2015
He stayed put, but was starting to get desperate.
It could always be worse, Pep. Remember that.
Like if Robert Lewandowski had signed for Blackburn Rovers like he shouldda.
Lewandowski with three golden chances in the tie. Looks like Blackburn Rovers dodged a bullet with that one... pic.twitter.com/fd128mErcM— bet365 (@bet365) May 12, 2015
But the masked Pole soon made amends with a goal, then earned himself a few more English admirers.
Robert Lewandowski asks Mark Clattenburg if he's stupid. Fair question, but it earns him a yellow card.— Messi Minutes (@MessiMinutes) May 12, 2015
Thomas Muller put Bayern 3-2 up on the night, but with Barca still out of reach at 5-3 on aggregate, a few old tweets were dug out:
Thomas Müller's Day Off pic.twitter.com/aq7Yk5gPmt— Pele Confidential (@PeleConfidentl) November 21, 2013
The Men Who Stare At Götze pic.twitter.com/I8NgMKO31i— Pele Confidential (@PeleConfidentl) December 2, 2013
So it's Barca who progress despite defeat at the Allianz Arena.
If you got this far, I'll be mightily surprised. Thanks if you did - I'm off to watch Football Mavericks on ITV4.