Both Noel and Liam Gallagher have celebrated their football team Manchester City winning the Premier League yesterday, with Noel describing the feeling as 'mindblowing'.
Manchester City secured their first league victory in 44 years with a last minute victory over QPR in one of the most dramatic moments in the clubs history. Watching from a bar in Chile during his world tour, Noel told the BBC about his feelings during the topsy turvy game.
"It started off tense, then it went from tense into elation and then back to tension. It seemed like QPR were in the lead for a lifetime and it was very dark," he said. Adding: "Right before we scored, I thought 'We need it now, if we're going to do it, we need to do it now'. And then when Dzeko scored, I don't know what happened after that, there was a lot of swearing."
Talking about the moment Sergio Aguero scored the third goal and secured the title for City, Noel said: "My mate tried to pull the TV off the wall. I swore a lot and then I cried like a baby because I've never seen anything like that before. It was mindblowing."
Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher has taken a more confrontational tact and called for Manchester United, who came second to City, to fire their manager Alex Ferguson.
"FERGIE OUT ! LG" he Tweeted earlier this morning.
Unlike his brother Noel, Liam was at The Etihad stadium in Manchester to see the team secure victory.