The best tweets of the week from the world of football, featuring Liverpool’s Andy Robertson, Man City striker Sergio Aguero, Martin Tyler, Roy Keane and the worst tackle you’ve ever seen.
We all need our loved ones in times like these.
— Andy Robertson (@andrewrobertso5) April 27, 2020
He’s obviously ditched Trent for Virgil because of his terrible taste in film.
Not really a fan of Shrek to be honest https://t.co/ce19FF6Xk1
— Trent Alexander-Arnold (@TrentAA) May 1, 2020
When your trophy cabinet is too full.
Sergio Aguero using his player of the month awards to hold up his PS4 camera is a low-key flex pic.twitter.com/PCuErf95DX
— Simon Harrison (@simonhfootball) April 26, 2020
A reminder of when this eery gameplay moment happened.
— Out Of Context Football (@nocontextfooty) April 26, 2020
Virgin Media’s really bad week got the Martin Tyler treatment.
Virgin Media after going down a third time:
“Threeee of the best, he's made them payyyy. And that completes a wonderful hat-trick" pic.twitter.com/uxqrEIYkj0
— SS (@Sxkariya) April 27, 2020
They want it both ways.
Scapegoat the footballers first but then use them to lift national morale when it suits. https://t.co/Zgw9ftSXgX
— Richard Amofa (@RichardAmofa) April 27, 2020
Liverpool 0-2 Chelsea six years ago remains the only time Mo Salah has ever featured in an LFC PL defeat at Anfield pic.twitter.com/Euf7zMOdGc
— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) April 27, 2020
Tenner bets Pards is back in a job in a few months.
Alan Pardew has won eight of his last 65 league games as a manager and been employed by three different top-flight clubs over that run.
— Daniel Storey (@danielstorey85) April 25, 2020
We’re not saying Jason Cousins was in the right here, but the ball was there to be won…
We still hide behind our sofa when we see him coming…
— Wycombe Wanderers (@wwfcofficial) May 2, 2020
Roy Keane wasn’t a fan of Wayne Rooney’s humour anyway.
me when the groupchat turns on me pic.twitter.com/LwYd0sCaTQ
— BAKER (@JackBaker1311) April 28, 2020
A spicy Cesc tweet.
For Leicester City
— Cesc Fàbregas Soler (@cesc4official) May 2, 2020
And finally, remembering an Arsenal legend this week.
Happy Birthday son ❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/g1GLl27zad
— Alan Smith (@9smudge) May 2, 2020