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Tweets of the Week: Shaolin Soccer, the Coronavirus, and Turkish football fandom

The best and funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring Jordan Flores’ wonder strike for Dundalk, the Coronavirus disrupting Liverpool’s title-winning campaign, and why Turkish football fans are the most passionate around. 

Early contender for goal of the millenium.

A measured reaction to missing a chance in a football match looks something like this:

It would be so typical of Liverpool for this to happen…

And just as their unbeaten run came to a crashing end. 

https://twitter.com/krn_brk/status/1233833814943838209?s=20

They deserve a points deduction at minimum for this anyway. 

Lifetime stadium ban for this behaviour. 

Mikel Arteta should be reported to the police for murdering Spurs fans.

https://twitter.com/VintageArsanal/status/1232727857782112257?s=20

Someone should remind Arteta that London is Red… just not in the way he’d hope. 

Daniel Sturridge is enjoying life in Turkey anyway. 

Anyone else hope Odion Ighalo is a raging success this season? 

They don’t make footballers names like that anymore. 

Moise Kean hasn’t even been in England for a year and look what’s happened to him. 

https://twitter.com/Luey1878_/status/1233402742615486464?s=20

Let them fight!

https://twitter.com/TheSecondTier/status/1232428788912459777?s=20

Sharp as a tack is Arsene Wenger. 

This video brings us so much joy.

https://twitter.com/griseIdamus/status/1232705600892669953?s=20

That’s one mighty fine-looking match programme. 

Now that’s how you protest against modern football. 

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