Top Football Tweets: Wrexham provide more Hollywood entertainment

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Ryan Reynolds looks emotionally drained after seeing Wrexham draw 3-3 with Sheffield United.

Ryan Reynolds has experienced the magic of the Cup firsthand, Jürgen Klopp must now hate playing for Brighton and Jose Mourinho continues to surprise and delight us.

During a weekend of shocks and upsets in the FA Cup fourth round, there was no more drama than in Wrexham, where Hollywood star and club owner Ryan Reynolds watched a non-league team play. 6 goal thriller against championship team Sheffield United.

Meanwhile, Makoto Mito’s final goal kicked out liverpool Klopp’s men will suffer even more.

Here are some of the best social media reactions to the weekend’s football.

1. Brighton Rock

As they say, Brighton are in a good moment.

Roberto de Zerbi’s team secured their place in the fifth round by Mitouma’s injury time winner against Liverpool.

It should come as no surprise that the Japanese midfielder is doing well this season.

Liverpool are probably happy not to have to face Brighton again this season. The Seagulls have been a formidable opponent in a difficult season for the Reds.

2. Hollywood Entertainment

The owners were in town as Wrexham hosted Sheffield United on Sunday. Before the match, Deadpool star Reynolds joked that Sheffield United might be able to summon enough cup magic to work miracles against his team.

At the event, he wasn’t far off. In the championship he needed an injury-time goal from Egan for the second-placed Blaise to save a draw.

Reynolds looked as if he had kicked every ball.

3. Cameras don’t lie

Club allegiance is when Harry Clifton takes over one member of the media team set the equalizer Grimsby Town vs. Luton Town on Saturday.

4. Say Cheese

Jose Mourinho is 60 and still manages to surprise us.

The Roma manager defied recent football tradition by subverting locker room photo norms on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Kim Kardashian made an appearance as a surprise Roman fan.

and the face of Naples Steadily It brought home the Serie A title for the first time since 1990.

5. Who says you can’t meet your hero?

In the Women’s FA Cup, Arsenal beat National League Division 1 North Side Leeds Ladies 9-0.

Despite the result, Leeds striker Amy Lee Woodruff looked pretty optimistic at the final whistle after meeting her hero Leah Williamson.

6. Burnley win the transfer market

Championship leaders Burnley Contract player Michael Obafemi from Swansea for about £3 million.

It was money well spent just for this Gavin and Stacey inspired reveal video.

7. Sisterhood

Two goals from Nikita Paris helped Manchester United beat Sunderland in the Women’s FA Cup.

McKeam midfielder Neve Herron enjoyed a special moment before kick-off when he was ushered in by his sister.

8. Do you want to get older?

Some of Manchester United’s 1992-93 squad gathered on Friday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of winning their first Premier League title.

Ask your parents…

9. This can be awkward

Sean Daichi is back.

Former Burnley manager appointed manager of Everton Monday after Frank Lampard was fired last week.

During his ten-year tenure, Dyke led Burnley to two promotions out of the Championship and two top finishes in the Premier League.

He’s going to have a tough job keeping Everton top of the table. They placed him 19th in the league and in just 20 games he scored only 15 points.

10. The hammer that seals Goodwin’s fate

in the Scottish Premiership Lost 0-6 to Hibernian It marked the end of manager Jim Goodwin’s tenure at Aberdeen.

This is the club’s worst result in history. humiliating defeat According to the 6th layer side dowels of the Scottish Cup.

Aberdeen are seventh in the standings and have suffered seven straight away defeats. The decision to part ways with Goodwin came minutes after Saturday’s loss.

Former Aberdeen manager Jim GoodwinView in iPlayer bannerView in iPlayer footer

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