The funniest and best football-related tweets from the week gone by.
Featuring Michail Antonio’s bizarre goal celebration, Gary Neville and Joe Hart in trouble, Jermain Defoe being proven wrong, a lot of Liverpool memes, an Irish sing-along, and Shrek.
If anyone could please tell us what in the blue hell this celebration was all about, that would be great, thanks.
And the first ever celebration of an away team in Tottenham's new stadium is ……..? pic.twitter.com/UheufpwAL9
— Calv (@beeky_chastard) April 27, 2019
Why, Michail, why?
If you wanted an indication of how good this Liverpool side are.
Liverpool's 2018-19 defence now four PL assists behind Man Utd's 1998-99 midfield with two games to go.
— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) April 26, 2019
Andy Robertson doing bits.
“Ich werde es lieben, wenn wir sie schlagen.”
But I'll tell ya – you can tell him now if you're watching it – we're still fighting for this title, and he's got to go to Burnley and get something, and… and I tell you honestly, I will love it if we beat them, love it! pic.twitter.com/sTLMiYnWtk
— Mac (@Tweetgood_Mac) April 24, 2019
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Speaking of Newcastle United managers who once upon a time bottled the league title to Man United…
Rafa Benítez after he ends Liverpool's title challenge. pic.twitter.com/EDof4lQagW
— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) April 24, 2019
That Being: Liverpool documentary will follow Brendan Rodgers around like a bad smell for the rest of his life.
Leicester will beat Man City and Brendan Rodgers will wander into the City dressing room and take 3 envelopes from his pocket and rip them open. Each one will say Raheem Sterling inside
— Oddball * (@joneeley) April 25, 2019
Gary Neville and Joe Hart, the naughty school children always getting brought up in front of the principal.
It looks like Dave Jones is a head of year who caught Neville and Hart fighting so called their dads and now the dads are about to square up and the kids are embarrassed pic.twitter.com/siCmVWCyES
— Steven Chicken (@StevenChicken) April 24, 2019
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Brilliant atmosphere from Bohemians supporters continued well after the final whistle earlier this week.
Great footage of Bohs fans belting out some Dubliners in Tallaght last night, Sound On!? ———————————————————————— Two questions for both @ShamrockRovers & @bfcdublin after last night’s game.@DomesticIreland pic.twitter.com/zfO0vyP66Z
— Irish Football Fan TV (@irishfantv) April 24, 2019
Why does no one want Champions League football?
The floor is ‘top 4’
Spurs, Chelsea, Arsenal, United: pic.twitter.com/XrpaOcp2uF
— Josh (@UtdJL) April 27, 2019
Bit harsh comparing a donkey to Jurgen Klopp.
* Klopp looses a final *
Klopp ; pic.twitter.com/hQ3lESpHyC
— Lewis (@LMW10_) April 26, 2019
An oldie but a goodie.
When you realise you’re wrong… ?pic.twitter.com/PNURDMMdoG
— Football Mumble (@football_mumble) April 22, 2019