Chelsea were completely and utterly humiliated at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Manchester City found themselves 4-0 up after just 25 minutes and went on to triumph 6-0.
It was a result that saw Chelsea drop down to sixth in the Premier League table.
At full-time, Maurizio Sarri couldn’t get away quick enough and seemingly ignored Pep Guardiola’s handshake.
It was the same for the players.
A quick clap to the travelling away fans - well, those that hadn’t left early - before they headed back to the changing rooms.
But not Antonio Rudiger.
Chelsea journalist Oliver Harbord tweeted a video showing how Rudiger went over to speak to the away fans at the end of the game.
The defender was there for a lengthy period - but what was being said?
Well, one Chelsea fan has revealed all.
He explained how Rudiger came over to apologise to the supporters and was abused by one 'fan.'
Rudiger then said to him “I’ve come over to say sorry, stand in front of me if you‘ve something to say!”
He then gave his shirt to a kid.
That’s class from Rudiger.
It seems like Rudiger is becoming something of a spokesman for Chelsea players after poor performances.
After their previous away match - a 4-0 loss to Bournemouth - Rudiger instead that the players should be ‘ashamed’ of their display.
“Everyone needs to be ashamed of what happened in the last game,” the German said.
“Everyone needs to think very deeply about that because you can win, lose or draw, but it's the manner which is important.”
Well, it seems the Chelsea players didn't think 'deeply' enough after that Bournemouth loss.