Neville, Wilshere & more: Twitter reacts as Man Utd draw with Fulham

Gary Neville and Jack Wilshere both tweet their thoughts after Fulham snatch a 2-2 draw at Manchester United on Sunday

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs Photo: Kieran Gibbs/Twitter

Darren Bent scored a last-gasp equaliser as Fulham held Manchester United to a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.

Steve Sidwell had put the visitors ahead in the first half, before late goals from Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick look to have secured three points, but Bent struck with a minute remaining of injury time.

Here is a selection of our favourite Twitter reaction from the professionals in chronological order to the surprise draw.

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere ([email protected] ) is relaxing after Saturday’s thrashing at Anfield: “Super Sunday…….Recovering at home watching our opponents on Wednesday!”

Hull City centre-half Curtis Davies ([email protected]) praises goal-scorer Sidwell: “Not one bit happy to see it but @sjsidwell can’t stop scoring.”

Former Crystal Palace forward Mark Bright ‏(@Mark__Bright ) reckons Nemanja Vidic is distracted: “Bloody hell Vidic. .. unhook the caravan you’re towing. . #mufc #ffc”

Ex-Leeds United defender Ian Harte ‏(@ianharte23) is guessing what will be on Rafael’s training agenda: “Rafael is going to practice his crossing now!!!”
Southampton defender Luke Shaw ‏(@LukeShaw3) is enjoying the encounter: “Wow!! What a game this is!!”

Former Aston Villa midfielder George Boateng ‏(@george1boateng) reckons United can kick on and win after Van Persie’s strike: “Get in theeeerrrrrr @ManUtd 2-1 @FulhamFC ,there is enough time to demolish this Fulham wall.”

QPR midfielder Joey Barton ([email protected]) reckons big changes are needed: “United don’t finish in the top 4 this year. Results and performances like this won’t paper over those cracks […] Other horses have gotten younger, fresher and stronger. Whilst, that big red horse has become old and immobile. £100m+ spend coming up…”

Former United star Alan Tonge ‏(@Alan_Tonge) despairs as Bent levels: “We’re cursed.”

England legend Gary Lineker ‏(@GaryLineker) is left speechless: “Football eh! Nothing quite like it.”

Ex-United defender Gary Neville ‏(@GNev2) is lost for words too: “Wow!! 30 years never seen a game like that!!! At OT!!”

Ex-Reading striker Jason Roberts ‏(@JasonRoberts30) looks at Jose Mourinho’s decision to sell Juan Mata to United: “Mourinho…killing with kindness…. it seems it may be a challenge to accommodate Mata..Rooney & RVP in the same team!!!”

Fulham striker Darren Bent (@DarrenBent) is happy to get a point: “What a game! the boys worked so hard right until the very end and buzzing to get the result!”

Finally, Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale ‏(@stockogk1313) is relishing the clash against Liverpool now: “What a game! Team spirit shining thru! Take it into Wednesday.”

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