Faced with a tiny goal defended by a giant German goal keeper, it was no surprise today that the grudge match between the debtors and the creditors ended 13-0 to the European Commission.
The Event took place in shadow of the European Commission at the Free Speech area at Petit Rue de la Loi, beside the European Council building.
Before the match started, UKIP and EFD leader Nigel Farage said it "symbolised the interests of the bailout countries which were opposed by the EU elites"
The teams represented in the Debt Slaves side were Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Italy
On the Oppressors teams were the European Commission, the European Central Bank (ECB) and a German taxpayer as goalkeeper.
The match referee was wearing a judges cape of the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
In contrast to the very small goal the German goalkeeper had to defend, the PIGIS were left with a huge goal, coupled with an ECJ referee who was outrageously biased in favour of the European Commission and Germany.
The match was played in a fair spirit but there were still many dangerous tackles by the Commission side.
It lasted about 20 minutes, but not before a shot from the EU Commission broke the post of the PIGIS net.
When the final result was announced the PIGIS were bitterly disappointed while the Commission were jubilant in victory.