Despite an incident-packed weekend, Sunday’s games garnered the most attention due to the refereeing howlers witnessed in the Merseyside derby and during Chelsea’s defeat to Manchester United.
Unsurprisingly, these events dominated Twitter, but there is plenty elsewhere for those who happen to be big fans of English football officials.
Find it all here in Goal.com‘s latest edition of Word on the Tweet…
“Loved Super Sunday…certainly lived up to its name although woke up to some SHOCKING reports of yesterday’s events…. #lostforwords”
Reading striker Jason Roberts reacts to the news that referee Mark Clattenburg has had a complaint lodged against him by Chelsea for using ‘inappropriate language’.
“Great win that, our away support were once again quality! Big game big result!! Well deserved”
Manchester United centre-back Rio Ferdinand believes his side were good value for their 3-2 win at Stamford Bridge. No mention of the offside, naturally.
“I’m keen on video technology but would that of solved the Torres decision today? Im still 50/50 as he touched him but IMO he dived too.”
Stoke City striker and repentant former diver Michael Owen can’t make his mind up over whether Fernando Torres’ red card for Chelsea was harsh or not.
“Shocking decision. Liverpool have been robbed there. Whats the lineman thinking”
Marseille midfielder and Scouser Joey Barton reacts to Liverpool‘s last-minute winner against the Toffees being incorrectly ruled out for offside.
“Congratulations to Leo for the Golden Shoe. More than deserved. Big hug“
Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas applauds team-mate Lionel Messi after he collected the Golden Shoe for scoring the most goals in Europe’s domestic leagues last season.
“Big Tony on my radio. Second best captain I played under behind Martin Keown!!! “
Former Arsenal defender Lee Dixon surprisingly names Martin Keown above Tony Adams as his best ever captain…
“Good morning tweets. Really tired today after long time no playing 90 minutes. Looking forward for next game ;)”
Liverpool left-back Jose Enrique sounds happy simply to be back in the fold after featuring in his side’s 2-2 Merseyside derby draw with Everton.
“Great performance from the guys.”
Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar, who missed the game through suspension, is happy with the result against the Blues’ local rivals.
“Great professionalism and restraint from david moyes!”
Norwich midfielder Elliott Bennett praises David Moyes for not reacting to Luis Suarez‘s dive celebration in after his goal on Sunday.
“I apologised after game for my dive got a rollicking off gaffa won’t happen again-end of!!!”
Everton utility man Phil Neville apologises and owns up to his embarrassing dive which saw him awarded a yellow card against Liverpool.