Check out this selection of 5 funny moments spotted during an entertaining weekend of Premier League football – featuring Falcao, Lee Dixon, Phil Dowd and more.
Gus Poyet kissed Mauricio Pochettino
The Sunderland manager greeted his South American counterpart with a peck on the cheek before their 2-2 draw with Spurs at the Stadium of Light.
— Hotspur Related (@HotspurRelated) September 14, 2014
And they’ve got previous:
Gus Poyet goes in for a crafty kiss with Mauricio Pochettino. Well it might be last time he sees him for a while pic.twitter.com/RDRNqLVoLi
— Telegraph Sport (@TelegraphSport) January 18, 2014
Fans sing ‘Are you Gerrard in disguise?’ as Phil Dowd falls over
Manchester United fans enjoyed the referee’s slip during their match against QPR at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Phil Dowd slips and falls over. MUFC fans sing: 'Are you Gerrard in disguise?'
— Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceIndy) September 14, 2014
Seen at Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge.
— Daniel Taylor (@DTguardian) September 14, 2014
Worst thing about the Chelsea selfie stick gorm is easily that she's throwing up a peace sign. pic.twitter.com/oCivagM60t
— Black & White 'zine (@blackwhitezine) September 14, 2014
Radamel Falcao is still struggling with his English
But was looking forward to the big game against someone or other.
— Radamel Falcao (@FALCAO) September 14, 2014
Lee Dixon’s language barrier comment
Claimed there was a language barrier between David de Gea (Spanish) and Marcos Rojo (Argentinian) while commentating on the Manchester United v QPR clash.
Lee Dixon: "The confusion between David de Gea and Marcos Rojo may be due to the language barrier". Eh, right you are Lee…
— Mark Donaldson (@DonaldsonESPN) September 14, 2014
Classic Lee Dixon. "There might have been a language issue with Rojo & De Gea. [long, uncomfortable silence] …Maybe not"
— Alexander Abnos (@AnAbnos) September 14, 2014
BONUS: Harry Redknapp’s joke about Manchester United fans
The QPR squad had to take a coach back from Manchester following their heavy defeat, after being informed that they would not be able to book a private train carriage for the journey home.
We couldn’t get a carriage to ourselves, there’s no room.
The problem is half the United fans will be heading back to London, too.
Ba dum tssshhh!