Twitter Reacts Is Back!
Finally a win! And what better way to relieve a win than a review of, a somewhat Joe Allen dominated, Stoke Twitter.
The day could not have started better as the main man himself stopped for a photo with the hottest piece of Stoke memorabilia.
— The Bear Pit TV (@TheBearPitTV) October 15, 2016
And suddenly 8 minutes in Stoke went one up, and with half time approaching our lord and savior ‘Wee Joe’ stepped up to bang home another.
45- The corner is headed by Shawcross and cleared as far as Allen on the edge of the box who fires it through and sees it go in! Get in!!!!
— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) October 15, 2016
Some managed to capture live photos from the match, which may infringe on Premier League copyrights.
Live look at Joe Allen pic.twitter.com/kEXZjilUBH
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) October 15, 2016
— Chris Stoker (@stoker__) October 15, 2016
Meanwhile, head of the Bear Pit, Elliot Hackney signed himself up for another homage of a Stoke legend.
Some fans thoughts jumped ahead to future awards, and the effect Allen’s brilliance would have on the squad morale.
Engrave the trophy now lads: Joe Allen will be @premierleague Player of the Month for October.
— Ben Rowley (@Ben_Rowley56) October 15, 2016
In the interests of fairness Stoke City have announced there will be a 'MOTM excluding Joe Allen' award for the rest of the season. #scfc
— poc (@peteoconn) October 15, 2016
But spare a thought for Jamie Vardy, after his side’s three nil thumping something like this would be the last thing he wanted to see.
Some managed to perfectly sum up the true deity-like ability of the Welshman.
…and on the seventh day, Joe Allen created God
— DUCK MAGAZINE (@DUCKmagstoke) October 15, 2016
Worryingly, however, some chose to brake rank and talked about some other Stoke players doing well, this is unacceptable behavior and must be stamped out.
Geoff Cameron MOTM for me.
— Matt Selfridge (@mjselfridge) October 15, 2016
The effect of 140+ days without a league win had clearly got to some Stokies, although some comments may have taken our win slightly too far.
What is this 'winning'
— Tom Thrower (@sussexstokie) October 15, 2016
It’s so nice to finally get to wake up on a Sunday morning with Stoke having won, all thanks to our magic man Joe Allen, who has finally stepped into the limelight, casting mere imitators into the shadows.
A hand drawn picture of Joe Allen, with Xavi and Pirlo quite literally in his shadow.
By Jamie Chatfield, aged 22 (and 3-ish months). pic.twitter.com/RlWZf85lcN
— Jubilant Joe Allen (@JChatfield94) October 15, 2016
Compiled by Tom Thrower
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