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Rangers failed to raise silverware in Seville on Wednesday, losing 5-4 in a penalty shootout to Frankfurt.
Aaron Ramsey's spot-kick was saved by Kevin Trapp, resulting in heartbreak for the Scottish club.
But not everyone felt sympathy for Ramsey and Rangers as ex-Celtic forward Dembele took aim at his old foes' misery.
The Frenchman, who scored over 50 goals for Celtic during his spell, savagely trolled Rangers on social media.
He shared Rangers' full-time post on Twitter, accompanied with a video of Stephen A. Smith, saying: "I'm here to tell you right now, we don't care."
Dembele's tweet went viral, racking up thousands of 'likes' and 'retweets' on Twitter.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst, meanwhile, is tasked with galvanising his team ahead of this weekend's Scottish Cup Final.
Speaking after his side's Europa League final defeat, Van Bronckhorst admitted it won't be easy to pick up his players for the clash against Hearts on Saturday.
"With penalties it's a lottery - tonight we weren't on the good side," he said.
"I can't complain with everything my players gave today. If you play a lot of big finals you will have memories that last for ever when you win them, but when you lose it will hurt a lot. I lost a World Cup final.
"We have to move on. We have a big game on Saturday and next season we have to start all over again."
The Dutch boss added: "It's not going to be easy to get them ready because we are hurt and disappointed.
"We did it a couple of times, to play with a short recovery - two days. We fly home tomorrow and we have only one day to prepare. It won't be easy but we will be ready for Saturday and [try to] end the season with a trophy."