Social Shots: Mo Salah loses his bearings; Jason Cummings celebrates WWE style

Date published: Monday 27th January 2020 11:21

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Liverpool substitute Mo Salah lost his bearings for a moment on Sunday and Shrewsbury’s two-goal hero Jason Cummings is a character.

In our weekly feature, we take a look at the best social media posts from across the world of football over the weekend. Football and social media can go hand in hand, but not everyone gets it right. Here, we celebrate those that do, highlighting the posts that have made us chuckle, the videos of wonder goals that we’ve just had to watch again, or just anything we felt simply had to be shared…


An FA Cup first

Spare a thought for the Birmingham fans ‘away’ at Coventry on Saturday who were made to stand in their own away end. At least they didn’t have far to travel at the final whistle!

Pompey in the hat for round five

Portsmouth beat Barnsley 4-2 on Saturday but we wonder how many Pompey goals this chap in the flat cap actually saw from his vantage point at Fratton Park

Stay classy, Callum

Chelsea moved into round five and this was a game one young Chelsea fan will never forget.

Harry breaks United duck in style

Manchester United were in ruthless form as they hit six against Tranmere Rovers. With Harry Maguire doing a passable impression of Cristiano Ronaldo for his first ever goal for the Red Devils.


Salah loses his bearings

Just Mo Salah passing to Joel Matip, the man who he had just come on for…





Ian’s Wright Wright Wright

With Liverpool 2-0 up and cruising not many fancied lowly Shrewsbury to launch a comeback, except a certain Ian Wright who waa bang on the money about the identity of their goalscorer.

All Wright on the night for Cummings

The League One side are off to Anfield thanks to Jason Cummings’ brace as Shrewsbury drew 2-2 with Liverpool. And his post-match interview was a cracker too.

Jason Cummings – More than just a footballer

Cummings was the hero for Shrewsbury on Sunday but on this evidence a career in the WWE surely awaits once his football days have come to an end?


Super Sancho shines again for Dortmund

On this kind of form Gareth Southgate shoukd be wanting to wrap Jadon Sancho up in cotton wool ahead of this summer’s Euro’s.

On this Day

On this day back in 2006 Robbie Fowler re-ignited his love affair with Liverpool by re-signing for the Anfield giants.


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