The funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring Everton’s win over Liverpool at Anfield in the Premier League, a mad pre-match fan hype video, Kylian Mbappé turning Gerard Pique into a meme, and the referee who literally butted heads with a player.
All I will say about this video is, she’s lucky Everton won.
— Pepper Mills (@PepperMills3) February 20, 2021
I think the Everton players may have enjoyed that one.
Everton players celebrated hard in the dressing room after beating Liverpool! pic.twitter.com/T7QFoD4dxL
— Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) February 20, 2021
Tom Davies must have taken his lucky skateboard with him to the ground.
Just seen tom Davies on his way to anfield pic.twitter.com/jsDm7keSRV
— J (@_JP1878_) February 20, 2021
Ah, so that explains Mo Salah’s diving.
If Mohammed Salah was a flight attendant:
“The exits are here, here & here. Thank you for flying with us” pic.twitter.com/ZqWJQAR3DN
— Lew (@JustLzw) February 20, 2021
At least Thiago put up some great numbers.
Despite failing to win, Thiago “to me to you” Alcantara completed the most pointed fingers on the pitch tonight (37) against Everton.
— ً (@ASI17_) February 20, 2021
If this doesn’t illustrate what a weird season it’s been, nothing will.
It’s February and David Moyes’ West Ham side, a team with no strikers, whose best attacker is Jesse Lingard and whose best defender is Craig Dawson, have overtaken “the greatest team in PL history” Liverpool. I speak on behalf of everyone when I say ahahahahahahahahahaha
— Fake Carlton (@_CarltonCole9) February 15, 2021
When the camera catches you at the exact wrong moment:
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) February 20, 2021
Half of a pundit’s job is just repeating the same three or four phrases to fill air time.
the pundit who says ‘pockets of space’ but doesn’t know what it means pic.twitter.com/av3sORQCeo
— Michael Spicer (@MrMichaelSpicer) February 17, 2021
Maybe they need to get them debating the big topics of the day, like Kim and Kanye’s divorce.
— C (@AFC_Carys) February 20, 2021
The game definitely needs more referees getting shirty with players.
— Adam G (@AdsGIps) February 16, 2021
Fair play to Alan Judge for the classy response.
As I said in this . There was no need for an apology. I wasn’t looking for one or looking for any action to be taken. In football as everybody knows stuff happens in the heat of the moment in a game. We all make mistakes and for me that is the end of this https://t.co/ujQsF9lQ4N
— alan judge (@10judgey) February 17, 2021
With Phil Neville and Ryan Shawcross joining Inter Miami, David Beckham’s new MLS club will be the heighth of glamour.
After 14 years shithousing for Stoke, it will be fascinating to see if Ryan Shawcross can do it on an extremely pleasant weekend night in Miami.
— Barry Glendenning (@bglendenning) February 20, 2021
Kylian Mbappé’s battle with Gerard Pique set off a new meme trend.
— Sevilla FC (@SevillaFC_ENG) February 17, 2021
This one captured the moment perfectly.
— Disney Mⓔmⓔs (@WDisney_Memes) February 17, 2021
Never thought I would be saying there’s too much football on.
Scientists estimate that you are never more than two hours away from a Premier League match kicking off.
— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) February 17, 2021
“Lies, damned lies, and statistics.”
— DIOGO SHOTTA (@Dec10Smith) February 19, 2021
We’ve all been there.
did he zip up his puffer jacket with the jacket underneath???¿¿ pic.twitter.com/0Q52Z6czNB
— eujin !! (@eujinspurs) February 19, 2021
This child probably has the right idea, to be fair to him.
Sergio Ramos killing dreams of little childrenpic.twitter.com/vGvu3l8YP1
— SEA MAN (@SeaaaaMannnn) February 18, 2021
How to beat the trolls:
— Kate Mason (@kvlmason) February 17, 2021
Harsh but fair?
Every single club now has 2 fanbases. The normal match going supporters and the new internet football nonces.
— Norman Watts (@GeneKellyStand) February 19, 2021
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