CRISTIANO RONALDO'S best pal just couldn't Let It Be when Liverpool's 4-0 win over Barcelona gave him the chance for some Rock 'n Troll at the expense of Real Madrid's big rivals.
Spanish journalist Edu Aguirre showed thinking as sharp as Trent Alexander-Arnold's for Liverpool's tie-clinching goal by posting the famous photo of the FOUR Beatles crossing a road.
It was one-way traffic too for the Reds when they overturned last week's 3-0 Champions League semi-final first leg loss with Wednesday night's Anfield heroics.
And just as Barca might have hoped for a Ticket to Hide, Aguirre rubbed in their misery with an Instagram picture symbolising the four hammer blows Liverpool struck at Anfield.
But – Hey Juve! – Aguirre may also have been trying to cheer up former Real Madrid superstar legend and his close friend Ronaldo.
Juventus frontman Ron saw his Serie A champs crash out to Ajax in the quarter-finals but has now seen his old club's fierce foes suffer the greatest upset in their history.
Stand-in striker Divock Origi and sub midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum hit two apiece as on-song Liverpool found their greatest Fab Four for half a century.
Aguirre's picture of Merseyside band the Beatles, simply entitled "Liverpool," quickly drew tens of thousands of likes.
And just as many Reds fans will head to Atletico Madrid's spectacular new Estadio Wanda Metropolitano stadium for the final against Ajax or Spurs on Saturday, June 1.
England right-back Alexander-Arnold, whose "genius" quick corner teed up Origi's decisive goal against Barca, said of Wednesday night: "Everyone will remember this moment.".
And Origi added: "It is hard to describe, it is just special.
"We fought so hard until the end. It shows our mix of talent and hard work."
And for Liverpool supporters afterwards it was a case of Here Comes the Fun, with all-night celebrations across Merseyside.
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