Manchester City were given a harsh taste of deja vu against Tottenham on Saturday night.
In the same year that saw them celebrate a last-gasp Champions League winner against the same opponents, only to see VAR completely ruin the party, it's happened all over again.
City looked on course for another impressive victory when goals from Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero, either side of an Erik Lamela strike, gave them a comfortable half-time lead.
However, completely against the run of play, Lucas Moura arrived from the bench and headed past Ederson to level the scores at 2-2 after 55 minutes.
And entering the final seconds of the game, it looked as though City would fail to win at home in the league for the first time in 8 months and that Tottenham were going to secure a huge point.
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Man City 2-2 Tottenham
But there was to be another plot-twist when Gabriel Jesus whipped home the ball from a set-piece, sending the Etihad Stadium into delirium and seemingly bagging a 3-2 victory.
You know the rest of the story, though, and VAR chalked off the goal. The controversial new handball rule saw Aymeric Laporte harshly penalised and the score reverted to 2-2.
To say Jesus was aggrieved with the decision would be an understatement and it certainly seemed cruel for City to have wrongly celebrated two dramatic goals in the space of four months.
Man Utd fan's Titanic edit
However, there could be something that will dig deeper into the heart of any City supporter than simply that and it comes in the form of a Twitter edit from a Manchester United fan.
Whenever a dramatic goal is scored, you can guarantee that someone will edit it to Titanic music, but Twitter user @RedBeardedRed has given it a unique twist for VAR.
Watch as the classic Celine Dion tune greets Jesus hitting the back of the net, only for the sound of dreadful recorders to match it being disallowed. Check out the clip down below:
You can almost hear the hearts of City fans breaking.
It's a funny twist on a trend that has probably become overused in the Premier League, but over 1,000 re-tweets and 3,000 'likes' suggests this could be the new solution.
Meanwhile, City supporters will probably be relieved that they don't need to face Tottenham at home in the immediate future, especially when it seems to be a cursed fixture for them.
Besides, in a title race of such fine margins as last season, who knows if dropping points in the second game-week could give Liverpool the opportunity they need to kick on.
Either way, VAR has already made an impact on the teams at the top and who knows how many more Titanic-recorder remixes will be born as a result?
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