The best and funniest tweets from the world of football, featuring Oleksandr Zinchenko losing his mind, Lionel Messi separated from his classmates, Coleen Rooney the Brexit negotiator, and the most disturbing Ronaldinho clip you haven’t seen.
I think it’s safe to say Man City utility man Zinchenko enjoyed Ukraine qualifying for Euro 2020.
''Ми на Єврооо!'' 😅@Azinchenko17
— SportsBoxingUA (@sports_ua) October 15, 2019
Even Lionel Messi gets put in the bold chair.
When the teacher moved you from your friends and you can hear them laughing in the distance pic.twitter.com/9jgxCLKCj5
— Dino 🇦🇱 (@dino_comedy) October 18, 2019
Nothing will stop Harry Kane from his relentless pursuit for goals.
Maybe, just maybe, Piers Morgan shouldn’t be the one moralising about race. Maybe.
Coleen Rooney would have gotten Brexit done in a day.
Until I hear it from Coleen I don’t know what to believe https://t.co/tYJDZHxiHJ
— Krishnan Guru-Murthy (@krishgm) October 17, 2019
The content you didn’t know you needed.
A video of @DanielleDonk reacting to a compilation video of @DanielleDonk dramatically falling down to the pitch in super slow-motion accompanied by classical music: the social media content we didn't know we needed in our lives until we got it pic.twitter.com/jxfB2hJYy4
— Emma Coolen (@emmacoolen24) October 15, 2019
Wait for the third goal:
— Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) October 18, 2019
Respect, Marcus. ??
I’m Manchester born and bred. And this Christmas I want to give something back to this great city. pic.twitter.com/LIxQtNJWK9
— Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) October 17, 2019
This clip of Ronaldinho is extremely disconcerting.
Marcus Rashford eyeing up row Z before he takes a free kick: pic.twitter.com/vwsyZ9u8J6
— Ball Street (@BallStreet) October 14, 2019
Looking forward to Jordan Henderson putting on a clinic when Liverpool face Man United this Sunday.
Danny Mills is absolutely bang on to put Jordan Henderson in a combined United/LFC XI over Paul Pogba.
People quick to forget Henderson’s masterful display in helping England win the World Cup
— Jay Motty (@JayMotty) October 14, 2019
I wish I could run this fast.
Happy birthday to Glen Little, scorer of possibly the slowest solo wondergoal of all time pic.twitter.com/qA3rgkl0Cv
— Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) October 15, 2019