Bayern Munich were so keen to kick-start their celebrations after beating Barcelona and making the Champions League final that they left behind midfielder Javi Martinez.
The enforcer was reportedly busy saying his goodbyes to Spain team-mates in the Barca ranks after the full-time whistle, but Bayern were in no mood to hang around after their 7-0 aggregate win.
Jupp Heynckes’ men promptly loaded up their coach and set off for their hotel after cruising into the European Cup final for the second year in a row.
But for Martinez, he returned to the dressing room to find everybody gone – and needed a cab to join up with the rest of his team.
Like the Queen, seemingly professional footballers don’t carry money on them either – and Bayern officials had to sort out payment for the taxi on…
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