A FUMING Newcastle fan switched off his Christmas lights after the draw against PSG.
The disgruntled supporter was left seething after a controversial penalty decision saw Kylian Mbappe deny the Magpies a famous win.
Tino Livramento was harshly judged to have handled the ball after it deflected from his chest in the 98th minute.
PSG players went beserk as referee Szymon Marciniak refused to give the decision, only for VAR to send him to the monitor which resulted in a penalty.
Mbappe dispatched the penalty, leaving Newcastle fans devastated.
One fan, Kyle, called into talkSPORT to vent their frustration and revealed that the result dampened their festive spirit.
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Kyle said: "No I am not alright.
"Everyone with half a brain cell realised that it was not the right decision and that Newcastle should have won the match.
"I had to turn my Christmas lights off man.
"I was not in the mood anymore."
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Many of Kyle's fellow supporters understood his frustrations as one said, "a reaction shows the passion" while another added, "I feel his pain".
The VAR official, Tomasz Kwiatkowski,who insisted on another look on the incident has been axed from tonight's Champions League clash between Real Sociedad and RB Salzburg.
Former Premier League referee Mark Halsey believes that Uefa should come out and address the decision.
While manager Eddie Howe thought that the penalty was not the “right decision”.
As a result of the 1-1 draw, Newcastle are on the cusp of being knocked out of the Champions League at the group stage.
The Magpies sit third and would have the consolation of dropping into the Europa League if they maintain their position.
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