Johnson, Nasri & more: Twitter reacts as Liverpool suffer title blow
Glen Johnson and Samir Nasri tweet their thoughts after Crystal Palace come from 3-0 down to draw with Liverpool
Liverpool suffered a huge blow in their bid to win the Premier League after surrendering a three goal lead to draw 3-3 at Crystal Palace.
Reds trio Joe Allen, Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez had put the Reds in charge, but Damien Delaney and Dwight Gayle’s brace left the match all square at Selhurst Park.
Manchester can go two points clear if they beat Aston Villa on Wednesday – and here is a selection of the best Twitter reaction in chronological order to a dramatic edition of Monday night football.
Former Liverpool striker Neil Mellor (@NeilMellor33) gives his half-time thoughts: “Half time Palace 0-1 Liverpool. Fragile lead but Suarez looks in the mood. Huge credit to home fans making it great atmosphere here.”
Injured Reds defender Jose Enrique (@Jesanchez3) congratulates his team-mate: “Amazing goal my friend @D_Sturridge. Keep going.”
Ajax forward and former Liverpool winger Ryan Babel (@Ryanbabel) is reveling in an almost certain win: “Greattnesssssssss ! #YNWA”
Ex-South Africa cricket captain Graeme Smith (@GraemeSmith49) is quietly celebrating as Sturridge scores: “2 of the biggest silent celebration dances while the kids sleep! @LFC keep going……”
Liverpool legend Luis Garcia (@LuchoGarcia14) urges the Reds to continue: “Reds 3 – Palace 0 (Suárez 54′) more… #WeGoAgain +53 keep going.”
Former Reds midfielder David Thompson (@thomo77) reckons Liverpool win by a landslide score: “This will be 6”
Everton legend Peter Reid (@reid6peter) is happy to see Palace back in the game: “What a good game.”
Manchester City forward Samir Nasri (@SamNasri19) can’t hide his delight: “What a game , what a league , i love crystal palace so much now our turn to do the job.”
Former Palace star Mark Bright (@Mark__Bright) is hoping for some free booze: “I think you’ll find a few bottles of champagne will go down well with the Palace boys @SamNasri19 send to SE25 6PU #cpfc”
Ex-Liverpool manager Roy Evans (@Roy_Evo) gives his post-match thoughts: “What can you say criminal to give those goals away our defending came back to haunt us why are we running all over the place at 3-0 up sad.”
City striker Edin Džeko (@EdDzeko) is celebrating: “Get in! #believe #together #mcfc”
Who is Glen Johnson (@glen_johnson) referencing? “Absolutley clueless…..,” before adding, “So many sofa experts in this game….
Absolutely no idea about football what so ever! #Jokers”
Even Tottenham (@SpursOfficial) get involved: “Brutal but very funny. The biggest capitulation since Newcastle in the 90s.”