‘Drunk’ FC Köln fan invades the pitch after Bayern Munich’s Champions League exit, his ankle will be sore today

The day after Bayern Munichit’s the shock Champions League exit, a ‘drunk’ FC Cologne fan managed to make his way to the Allianz Arena and, well, it was entertaining.

Julian Nagelsmann’s side were knocked out of Europe’s elite competition by underdogs Villarreal after a late Samuel Chukwueze goal sealed an entertaining 2-1 win for Unai Emery’s side.

It was a night full of drama and after the full-time whistle the action didn’t slow down when a supposedly inebriated Cologne fan hobbled onto the empty pitch, moments after s being knocked down on his ankle. Check out the bizarre scene below.

According to the ESPN reporter Archie Rhind-Tuttwho posted footage of the hilarious incident on Twitter, the happy Cologne fan was later spotted limping around the stadium, while chanting Anthony Modeste’s name.

The FC Cologne Twitter account quickly got involved in the conversation. “We thought we had seen this celebration before,” they said.

“For the sake of his head and his ankle, we hope he has no work this morning. [Please don’t pitch invade].

In other [more boring news]it was a memorable Champions League night for the Yellow Submarine, who defied all odds to eliminate six-time European champions Bayern from the competition.

Despite the La Liga side having just two shots on target on both legs, Villarreal managed to secure a place in the semi-finals with a daring performance.

They will now face either Liverpool or Benfica after their latest European triumph. If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the moment Chukwueze brought the Spanish team through.

In another wonderful moment of the night, Villarreal pulled off a genius offside trap to stop a potentially dangerous free-kick.

Joshua Kimmich floated in a ball at the back post but to his surprise every man wearing yellow pushed forward, leaving at least seven Bayern players in an offside position.

You can see that clip below.

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