Gary Lineker branded Manchester City's defending as 'amateurish' after they were dumped out of the Champions League by Lyon.
Pep Guardiola was left to assess another European failure as the Ligue 1 outfit advanced to the last four at their expense.
Moussa Dembele struck either side of Raheem Sterling's late glaring miss as to clinch a 3-1 win in Lisbon.
City had hauled themselves back into the game after Maxwel Cornet's opener with Kevin De Bruyne's 69th-minute equaliser but former Celtic striker Dembele then came off the bench to turn the tie dramatically.
Dembele first broke from halfway to slot home and then, moments after Sterling's miss, he made victory certain after a spill by Ederson.
Lineker and fellow BT Sport pundit Rio Ferdinand pointed the finger at City's backline.
Lineker said: "I used to dream about playing against defenders that play like that. It's a strikers' dream.
Ferdinand added: "It's been a cruel competition to them and today was no different.
"We spoke about kamikaze yesterday and today again. We spoke about the first one they conceded and this was even worse."
De Bruyne insists Manchester City must learn from the shock defeat.
The Belgian told BT Sport: "We need to learn. It's not good enough and that's it.
"Different year, same stuff. The first half wasn't good enough, we started slow but in the second half we played really well.
"We had them under pressure. We played more offensive like we normally do.
"At 2-1 if Raz scores it's 2-2 and the game goes on. That's football, it's fine margins. They made it 3-1 and the game is over."
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