Borrusia Monchengladbach’s Twitter page is pure gold as proved before.
The Bundesliga side won over everyone in football during this season’s Champions League campaign when they changed their Twitter name to, ‘A German Team’ following a Glasgow pub’s hilarious effort at spelling Monchengladbach.
That went down a storm with football fans across the globe, so much so that the club started selling ‘A German Team’ scarves in their official store.
But the Gladbach Twitter account hasn’t stopped there and were back tonight with a brilliant response to a Twitter follower.
Gladbach were facing Eintracht Frankfurt in the semi-final of the DFB Pokal where they went a goal down thanks to Taleb Tawatha.
A Twitter page, known simply as ‘The Tipster’ Tweeted that Monchengladbach had taken the lead and the German’s account responded brilliantly with the following.
— Gladbach (@borussia_en) April 25, 2017
Gladbach did pull one back through Jonas Hofmann though and the match is still 1-1 at the time of writing.