Red Sox brutally troll the Yankees by singing 'New York, New York' in locker room after World Series win
Whatever the sport is, it's easy for fans to get a little rowdy. After all, when we put our full support behind a team, we invest a lot of our energy, spending our time socialising around the big games, with the losses bringing a lot of pain and the wins bringing absolute joy.
Sometimes, our intense dedication to our favourite teams can go a little overboard. However, part of the fun of being a sports fan is the back-and-forth that can happen between rival teams, as long as things are kept relatively civil.
For instance, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees have had a heated rivalry for years. For over a century, these two teams have been squaring off, and 2018 is no different.
Recently, the Red Sox celebrated their 2018 World Series championship win, by throwing some serious shade the Yankees' way. After their title win over the Dodgers, fans at the visitor's clubhouse in Los Angeles poked fun at their rivals by playing Frank Sinatra's 'New York, New York' on some speakers, while they all sang along.
This brutal dig came moments after their on-field celebration, which used the very same song their rivals play at Yankee Stadium following a win. You can see this celebration in the video below:
Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge played the song inside Fenway Park, following New York's win in Boston in the American League Divisional Series. But now, after the Red Sox won their fourth World Series title in 15 years, they've had their revenge.
The infamous rivalry rolls on.