Football GIF: Bayern Munich Fans Mock Man City By Doing The Poznan

Chris Wright

3rd, October 2013


By Chris Wright

Cracking bit of wind-up merchantship from the Bayern Munich fans at the Etihad last night, who followed a rousing chorus of “Football’s Coming Home” with a celebratory Bavarian version of Man City’s appropriated “Poznan” goal celebration behind Joe Hart’s goal.

Just look at the faces of the City stewards…


(Thanks to Pies fan BB for the nudge)

Posted in Champions League, Funnies, GIFs, Man City

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  1. smrc says:

    Isn’t it spelled with Z – “Poznan”? As the city, where the MC fans took that thing from?

  2. Geraldo says:

    I recently saw an irate Facebook comment from a Celtic fan along the lines of “City stole our Poznan celebration…we were the first to do it.” No further questions M’Lud…

  3. Wilson says:

    The look of despair on Joe Hart’s face, priceless.

  4. Sultan says:

    Lol this is priceless

  5. smrc says:

    They “stole” it from Lech Poznan’s fans when they played them couple of years ago in Europa League. But since they give the credit by calling it “poznan” i don’t think we can talk about stealing. Funny thing is, first they saw poznan’s fans doing that dance, they were mocking it.

  6. Jarren says:

    As a United fan I find this immeasurably pleasing.

  7. Mokum says:

    You people know it’s a fairly common thing in continental stadia, right? Certainly not a Lech Poznan only thing, and even Celtic have done it for a while before City.

  8. Anabelle says:

    Not a fan of City, but that was disrespectful. I despise Bayern more than any team in the planet.

    Ugh! I’m still mad that god*****d Lukaku missed that god*****d penalty against those bastards.

    How can a tank of a man kicks the ball like a kitten? A blind one-legged striker could’ve done better.

  9. Anonymous says:

    @Anabelle: “Not a fan of City, but that was disrespectful.” That’s the point. Ze Germans have never been all chocolate and ice cream.

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