The festive period tends to create some pretty chaotic results and none more than Everton vs Stoke this weekend.
Romelu Lukaku continued his fine form with a brace, whilst Xherdan Shaqiri finally grabbed his first goal for the Potters in their stunning 4-3 victory.
Shaqiri’s second was a delicate finish that landed over the goalkeeper into the far corner and Gerard Deulofeu also managed to continue his excellent form as his netted the third of Everton’s goals.
This goal fest was capped off by a last minute penalty and the walking ego, that is Marko Arnautovic, stepped up to seal the three points for Stoke.
Here are ten of the best tweets from the game..
There was the inevitable John Terry reference when Arnie slipped.
— Randeep Baruah (@randeepbaruah) December 28, 2015
Whilst Tim Howard continued to take a lot of stick from the Goodison faithful.
Great game for a neutral we can't deal with crosses Howard's finished got to go #EFCvSTO
— Danny Vaughan (@dannyvaughan99) December 28, 2015
And Stoke will definitely not be last on Match of the Day tonight.
— Josh Davies (@JoshSCFCDavies) December 28, 2015
As with his time at Wigan; the fans are beginning to wonder if Roberto Martinez knows what defending is.
— TX Bill (@GOT_TXBill) December 28, 2015
Some Toffees are even turning on the much-loved Stones.
— John Pierce (@Abelsouthall) December 28, 2015
Typically, someone found time to have a pop at Man United.
This Stoke vs Everton match was more entertaining than Man United's entire season. #EFCvSTO
— Vishesh Sahni (@thatbizarreguy) December 28, 2015
Natalie hasn’t taken the comeback from Stoke too well.
— Natalie (@NatBatsx) December 28, 2015
Everton fans can’t stop insisting that they have the best squad ever to have played the game..
— Kris (@kris_dines18) December 28, 2015
These Toffees really aren’t taking the defeat well..
If you score three at home and can't win you're always going to struggle. No game management or leadership on the pitch #EFCVSTO
— Jack Pearson (@JLTPearson) December 28, 2015
There must be a very real risk that their star players will want to move on to pastures new if they continue to flounder in mid-table.
Don't even deserve players like Lukaku you know.
— EFC Feelin Blue (@EFCFeelinBlue) December 28, 2015
There we have it, a twitter meltdown; Everton style.