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Messi’s dink, Ince’s roasting, and a faulty chip pan: Twelve tweets that sum up the weekend’s football

The funniest and best tweets that sum up the weekend’s football, featuring Lionel Messi, Paul Ince, Neil Lennon, Marcelo Bielsa and a Hibs fan awaking from a coma. 

Covering the Premier League, the Championship, LaLiga, and a healthy dose of the Scottish Premiership too.

This steward just about got away with one here…

So close.

Paul Ince got roasted on Match of the Day Live.

I can’t help but be entranced by Ian Wright’s laugh.

Disaster struck at Easter Road.

https://twitter.com/AJR2022/status/1106949976444289024

We are experiencing technical difficulties, the frying pan will return momentarily.

Sheffield Wednesday and Ireland goalkeeper out here doing Cruyff turns.

Women’s football in Spain broke another glass ceiling. 

This Celtic supporter was ready to die for the flag.

Ole’s charges got dumped out of the FA Cup.

https://twitter.com/YSAB87/status/1107036829902163971

Manchester United lost 2-1 to Wolves, their second consecutive defeat following their

This Sky Sports interview got pretty awkward. 

The audio is not the greatest on this video so here’s the TL;DR version: the Sky Sports interviewer kept dodging Marcelo Bielsa’s question, so when it became clear that the Leeds United manager was not otherwise going to answer his deflective questions, he ended the interview. Bielsa cracked a wry smile and said that wasn’t true. Got to love that man.

Dedication to the cause.

Neil Lennon really loves being the Celtic manager. 

Celtic beat Dundee with a 96th minute Odsonne Edouard goal at the weekend.

We found out there’s no such thing as an easy game. 

Unless of course you’re Man City and seem to get all of the easy draws.

And who better to finish up with than Lionel Messi.

The Argentine genius completed his hat-trick with this outrageously good finish during Barcelona’s 4-1 win over Real Betis in LaLiga. Good luck next month, United.

See Also: Five things we learned from the Premier League weekend

Read: How Borussia Dortmund nearly lost everything before returning to the top of German football

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