With agony and ecstasy in equal measure, the world's most powerful leaders are put through the full gamut of emotions as they watch Chelsea's thrilling win over German rivals Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
During a nail-biting penalty shoot-out, David Cameron throws his arms aloft in celebration as Didier Drogba slots home the winning goal.
Meanwhile, German chancellor Angela Merkel can only look on glumly as they caught the action during the G8 summit in the United States.
It was sweet revenge for two years ago when Mr Cameron had to endure a humiliating 4-1 thrashing at the hands of Germany that put England out of the World Cup, all while sat next to his German counterpart.
But despite his obvious glee, he still found time to offer Mrs Merkel a consoling hug.
US President Barack Obama, although a neutral, couldn't help getting caught up in the drama of last night's match in Munich either.
Chelsea were crowned European club champions for the first time after winning 4-3 on penalties after extra time at Bayern Munich’s home ground.
Earlier in the day, Mr Cameron and Mr Obama staged a 35-minute ‘treadmill summit’ side by side at a G8 gathering dominated by the Euro crisis.
Their crunch talks came as a group of influential Conservative MPs with close links to the Prime Minister and Chancellor George Osborne unveiled dramatic emergency proposals to be taken in the event of ‘Eurogeddon’ – the increasingly likely prospect of a currency meltdown.
The ideas include £7 billion cuts in welfare benefits and rejecting EU moves to improve workers’ rights.
The plan was revealed after the American President summoned the Prime Minister for their workout at Maryland’s Camp David to agree how to bounce Germany’s Angela Merkel into taking action to prop up the single currency.
Mr Obama picked up Mr Cameron from the compound’s Maple Cabin where he was staying for a morning run at 7.15am. They walked to the gym together, ran on treadmills and then returned at 7.50am.
2012-05-22 10:12 编辑：crystal156