Holland international Arjen Robben's penalty miss in extra-time for Bayern Munich in their Champions League final defeat compelled Bavarians to jeer the winger on Tuesday night.
Robben, who emerged as a substitute for Holland in a friendly match at the Allianz Arena, was jeered whenever he touched the ball, three days after he fluffed from 12 yards out on the same turf.
The former Chelsea attacker recently signed a new contract with the Reds, but wasn't allowed to forget his culpability in their home final loss to Chelsea.
On Monday he was presented with a half-and-half shirt ahead of the exhibition game as a display of solidarity.
The Dutch, warming up for the European Championship, lost the game 3-2 after Mario Gomez - profligate on Saturday evening - hit the winner in the 78th minute.