Twitter Reacts As Watford End Liverpool’s Invincible Dream
Liverpool have been showcasing one of their best performance this season, ascertaining the supremacy early on this season having not lost a single match all this time until today.
Surprisingly Watford happened to be the team that actualized the worst nightmare of the Liverpool supporters as they thwart away the opposition with a 3-0 scoreline. And with that the 44-game unbeaten run now officially comes to an end as Arsenal release a sigh of relief with their Golden Premier League record safe yet again.
Ismaila Sarr was phenomenal in the eventful fixture, registering two significant goals for the home side. His brace silenced the away supporters and a goal from Troy Deeney sealed their victory.
Despite the loss, the English side is still expected to grab the title this season after 30 years wait if the season remains unaffected by the widespread coronavirus outbreak.
Nevertheless, a horrible defense tonight has ruined their hopes of the ultimate title, which would’ve been quite dramatic had they won it.
Although it is to be expected, the social media has been flooding with related tweets from all over the world ever since the final whistle, and seemingly majority of the people appear to be taking delight in Liverpool’s loss.
Not sure about this one lads. pic.twitter.com/tUKzfgDqar
— Karthik Shyamsundar (@MrKartShyam) February 29, 2020
ARSENE WENGER RIGHT NOW!!! pic.twitter.com/y9Dr9DBNnK
— BlameFootball (@blamefootball) February 29, 2020
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) February 29, 2020
BREAKING: Arsenal have announced plans to build a statue of Arsenal legend Ismaïla Sarr outside of the Emirates stadium next to Thierry Henry. pic.twitter.com/PsXF55WoMs
— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) February 29, 2020
Arsene Wenger sold Chamberlain to Liverpool so he would give the ball away in the lead up to the goal that could ruin their unbeaten record.
He's done it again! pic.twitter.com/nY3iifZRgC
— Urban Arsenal (@urbanarsenaI) February 29, 2020
79 – Liverpool
78 – Might
77 – Have
76 – Lost
75 – But
74 – They
73 – Are
72 – Still
71 – Twenty-two
70 – Points
69 – Clear
68 – And
67 – This
66 – Is
65 – Still
64 – One
63 – Of
62 – The
61 – Best
60 – PL
59 – Seasons
58 – Ever.
57 – Man City
— Goal (@goal) February 29, 2020
Regardless, Liverpool will now start preparing for their next game against Chelsea in the fifth round of FA Cup on Tuesday, before hosting Bournemouth in the Premier League four days later.