Twitter non-reaction: Not everyone was bothered about Saturday's football
Harry Kane celebrated his first England call-up with a hat-trick for Tottenham, Olivier Giroud's brace earned Arsenal a vital 2-1 win at Newcastle, and there was another refereeing clusterf*ck...but not everyone was bothered about Saturday's Premier League action.
While Jamie Carragher spent his afternoon demanding TV replays...
Technology is needed for moments like this sending off at Man City, game is stopped anyway so 4th official looks at the tv monitor job done.
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) March 21, 2015
Harry Kane's hat-trick for Spurs made headlines...
Harry Kane has scored more goals this season for Tottenham (27) than Gareth Bale ever did in any single season with Spurs.
— COPA90 US (@Copa90US) March 21, 2015
And a sexy junkyard dog did his thing for Arsenal...
There's a fair amount of junkyard dog in Giroud, and that's not a bad thing.
— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) March 21, 2015
Here's what the rest of Twitter was up to...
Madness at Twickas, what a half of rugby.
Offered 12 point lead at half time. Would have snapped yu hand right off
Come on boys !!#ENGvFRA
— Michael Carrick (@carras16) March 21, 2015
Lawes just rearranged Plisson's cellular structure.
— Paul Williams (@thepaulwilliams) March 21, 2015
Ref Nigel Owens explains his decision. We hear it. Players hear it. Everyone moves on. Simple really.
— Mark Chapman (@markchapman) March 21, 2015
There might be more to life than football after all.