Shooting down transfer rumors, tossing video game controllers, and debating the laugh tracks are all a part of Friday’s PL social media wrap.
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Liverpool stars Andrew Robertson and James Milner pitched in to the club feed with a video discussing the best sitcoms in British history.
It’s worth it if only for Robertson’s marginally accurate turn doing a dance from “The Inbetweeners.”
IT'S BACK! The lockdown special that we all needed 🤩🐐@andrewrobertso5 and @JamesMilner rank the greatest ever UK sitcoms… with some very controversial shouts 👀#GOAT list presented by, @MGmotor 🐐 pic.twitter.com/apEzLDxfM8
— Liverpool FC (at 🏠) (@LFC) May 8, 2020
Everton star Richarlison looks to be home in Brazil, and quite chilled out in a beach setting.
The forward turns 23 on Sunday and has already collected 28 Premier League goals between Watford and Everton.
He has 19 caps and six goals for Brazil.
Ao som do cabeça de gelo 😎😅 pic.twitter.com/nHBRJbarlJ
— Richarlison Andrade (@richarlison97) May 8, 2020
The ePremier League Invitational has been a source of entertainment for soccer-deprived fans this coronavirus pandemic, and play continued in the second edition on Friday.
Sheffield United’s John Egan handled his business against Brighton and Hove Albion’s Aaron Connelly, who was none-too-pleased to concede a goal.
Thrown controllers. Stars, they’re just like us.
Great game of FIFA today against @AaronConnolly_9 send me your address bud I’ll send you a new controller 🤣🤣🤣⚔️ https://t.co/Zc8ycZpRuq
— John Egan (@JohnEgan92) May 8, 2020
Arsenal loanee Dani Ceballos turned to an American politician to show his feelings about a transfer rumor after an account Tweeted thoughts of a swap deal.
Ceballos, a Real Madrid player, would join left back Sergio Reguilon, currently on loan at Sevilla, and $32 million in moving to Sevilla in exchange for Argentine striker Lucas Ocampos.
It’s never happening that way, but it’s funny enough.
— Daniel Ceballos (@DaniCeballos46) May 8, 2020