Liverpool mocked as rival fans hijack #ThankYouTonyPulis on Twitter to show images of Reds' collapse at Selhurst Park
Liverpool's 3-3 draw at Selhurst Park was crucial in the title race
Friday 15 August 2014
Liverpool have been mocked on social media after fans of rival clubs hijacked the Twitter hashtag #ThakYouTony Pulis to post images of the club's collapse at Selhurst Park.
Up 3-0, Liverpool somehow managed to ship three goals in the final stages to allow Palace to recover a point at Selhurst Park.
The game ended with Luis Suarez in tears and Liverpool, who had won 11 games in a row before defeat at home to Chelsea, dropped another crucial two points in the title race.
Manchester City, of course, went on to win the Premier League by two points.
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