Crystal Palace 3 Liverpool 3: The best viral pictures
A selection of the best images that have appeared on Twitter after Liverpool's lost their grasp on the Premier League trophy
Twitter users have wasted little time in unleashing a flurry of images making fun of Liverpool’s collapse at Crystal Palace that saw them concede three goals in 12 minutes and draw 3-3, costing them dear in the battle for the Premier League title.
Manchester City, already favourites for the title, now appear nailed on to triumph providing they can secure four points from their final two matches of the season, and for Liverpool fans, it was falling at the final hurdle that hurt so much.
It got too much for Luis Suarez, who burst into tears at the final whistle, while his team-mates were visibly affected by their failure to hold on to the victory.
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Here’s a selection of the best viral images that have hit the Twitter waves since Monday night:
Do you have a favourite? Post your suggestions in the comment box below.
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