The Brazil World Cup broke nearly every record in terms of social interaction, Twitter and Facebook suffered daily meltdowns from the instant memes that were created if there was a mistimed foul, a great performance in goal or quirky celebration and the most infamous incident of the Luis Suarez bite.
— Iwan Thomas MBE (@Iwanrunner) July 8, 2014
BREAKING: David Luiz heat map so far pic.twitter.com/ScY3VLyLEl
— Footy Jokes (@Footy_Jokes) July 8, 2014
BREAKING: Neymar watching Brazil vs Germany. pic.twitter.com/CEGC1pWrnC
— BBC Sporf (@BBCSporf) July 8, 2014
— Mike Clarke (@Mr_Mike_Clarke) July 8, 2014
As did Gifs:
As it's the third time Suarez has apparently done this, we suggest a new journalism rule: 'Suarez Bites Man' is not news. 'Man Bites Suarez' is.
Phil Neville sounds like a Dignitas satnav.
— Simon Blackwell (@simonblackwell) June 14, 2014
'Energy sapping conditions', Phil Neville says. Got that right mate
— Jack Riley (@_JackRiley) June 14, 2014
Phil Neville sounds like he's giving a running commentary on an autopsy. "Lynne is now removing the spleen."
— Andrew Long (@NutcaseOReilly) June 14, 2014
Is there a way to turn off Phil Neville ?
— vikram dodd (@VikramDodd) June 14, 2014
After tonight's game, Phil Neville is available for no-nonsense phone sex
— Matthew Collins (@MattHopeNotHate) June 14, 2014
If the entire stadium burns down, Phil Neville will mumble "Well, that's what flames can do. If they're not marked."
— Mark Steel (@mrmarksteel) June 14, 2014
Dear Italy. Please may we borrow your physio? You can have Phil Neville.
— Paul Embery (@PaulEmbery) June 14, 2014