Twitter Reacts: Shaqira Shaqira!
Oh boy, I can see you scoring free kicks and it’s driving me crazy. Too much? Yeah I agree probably is, but here we are again looking back at how the ‘twittersphere’ reacted to another 2-0 win.
The day began slowly and goals were hard to come by for all teams in the Premier League, but when Shaqiri whacked home his first most were in agreement that it was worth the wait.
— Harry (@hecairns) October 22, 2016
Even people’s champion Gary Lineker was impressed.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) October 22, 2016
Even the most negative of Stoke fans were suitably impressed.
We are staying up
— .. (@SCFCJosh96) October 22, 2016
The home fans supporters new this was coming however, and revealed as much on the Wizards of Drivel Podcast.
— Wizards Of Drivel (@wizardsofdrivel) October 22, 2016
Then it happened again with a wonderful free kick, but most were finding the whole routine a little monotonous.
— The Bear Pit TV (@TheBearPitTV) October 22, 2016
Shaqiri had finally dragged Stoke out of the relegation zone, and there was only one suitable dessert option in the Potteries this weekend.
I'm having a Swiss Roll party when I get back Stoke. You're all invited.
— Elliot Hackney (@ElliotHackney) October 22, 2016
Unfortunately I couldn’t make Elliot’s party, speaking of disappointments not turning up we were all quite pleased that neither of these two made it onto the pitch this week.
"Crouch and Adam warming up" lollllll
— Zach (@NOLAStokie) October 22, 2016
Understandably jealous Hull fans even compiled beautiful montages of how fantastic XS22 was on the day, feel free to try and catch up with the amount of times I’ve watched it (currently 146).
Hull fans we’re very congratulatory of our, always, fantastic away support, but unfortunately their own clubs effort to get the crowd going fell on deaf ears (or would blind eyes more accurately describe it?).
Shout out to the Stoke fans, loudest away support I've heard this year
— Adam (@AHolty27) October 22, 2016
Putting songs on advertising hoardings. Christ. pic.twitter.com/2W4spOmJCX
— DUCK MAGAZINE (@DUCKmagstoke) October 22, 2016
So there it is another fantastic performance and result. But before we go our separate ways for another week, here are some monstrosities to get you in the Halloween mood.
Whenever Stoke needed a goal today, Xherdan Shaqiri was there. https://t.co/zQigjFwAfw
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) October 22, 2016
— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) October 23, 2016
Compiled by Tom Thrower
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