Newcastle fans have taken to Twitter to laugh at their arch-rivals Sunderland, after the Black Cats suffered defeat to Charlton in the play-off final in the most devastating of ways.
Jack Ross’ side were making their second appearance of the season at Wembley on Sunday, but experienced the same end result after losing the Checkatrade Trophy Final to Portsmouth earlier this year.
A Newcastle fan shares his most gutting moment of the last 10 years supporting the Magpies in the video below…
Patrick Bauer’s 95th-minute strike saw the Addicks win promotion to the Championship, although they endured a nightmare start after Naby Sarr’s backpass went under Dillon Phillips’ boot and into the net.
Tensions between both the Premier League side and Sunderland wore thin earlier last week, as the Black Cats fans were seen burning a Newcastle shirt during their pre-Wembley celebrations.
Given the bitter rivalry between both Newcastle and Sunderland, the Magpies supporters wasted no time in jumping on to Twitter to mock their rivals for yet another loss at the National Stadium…
Sunderland is a massive club??? Can’t even get out of League 1
— Manal Patel (@mp4309) May 26, 2019
Did anyone watch Sunderland lose "again". Hahahahaha must be karma for burning an #NUFC shirt.
— dylan2018 (@dylanboii2k10) May 26, 2019
THIS IS THE BEST HAHAHAHAHAHAH.
— Sam Geen (@Geeny200) May 26, 2019
— Mike Taylor (@geordiemikemike) May 26, 2019
Hello all on a serious note, I’m worried as the WiFi doesn’t seem to be working over the water in Sunderland? Has anyone heard anything from them?? ?? ??? #SAFC #NUFC @virginmedia @bt_uk is there a problem with network? pic.twitter.com/cOM7Ov9OW2
— Craig (@hen5269) May 26, 2019
Now is the part where Sunderland fans say it’s been an amazing season we go again next season. Your club is a shambles ??
— Harry Nufc (@Harry_Nufc5) May 26, 2019
After some reflection it would be childish & immature of me to ridicule Sunderland and their fans for suffering there SEVENTH STRAIGHT DEFEAT at Wembley
— Mark Morrison (@Big_Sizz) May 26, 2019
Joey Barton and Lee Bowyer crushing Sunderland's season, what a joy to behold.
— Natasha ?️? (@NatashaNUFC) May 26, 2019