These were all the best jokes as former Everton manager David Moyes suffers defeat in his first game against his old side as Sunderland manager, with his team succumbing to a 0-3 defeat at the Stadium of Light on Monday night.
Back in the Premier League, Moyes replaced Sam Allardyce and took charge of Sunderland in the summer.
But an eleven-minute, second-half hat-trick from Romelu Lukaku saw off the challenge of the home side, who are struggling to get their season started having secured just one point from a possible twelve so far this campaign.
As former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes’s Sunderland lose 0-3 to Everton, here are the best of the jokes:
Rose not tonight it's Sunderland vs Everton! pic.twitter.com/MmAGdvFBiM
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) September 12, 2016
This clip is actually from David Moyes arriving late to a funeral, trying to adopt an apologetic and mournful pose. pic.twitter.com/Bfm0283wF9
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) 12 September 2016
Lukaku to get a hattrick, lineker to comment on it and someone to reply SHATTRICK tonight imo
— o s i a n (@HoIIgate) 12 September 2016
David Moyes looks like he's just arrived home to find his house on fire. pic.twitter.com/KeCLZClDo2
— Andy Ha (@_AndyHa) 12 September 2016
Romelu Lukaku's first PL goal since the death of Paul Daniels.
— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) 12 September 2016
Moyes looks like he's just found out he's the only name on the Panamanian bank account the Arteta money is in pic.twitter.com/5PZcQS9lj3
— campbell (@acampbell68) 12 September 2016
Well it's took him 15 years but Moyes has finally managed to make Everton look good
— Carl (@TheRedViper87) September 12, 2016
— tommy diesel (@tommydiesel1) September 12, 2016
Moyes will be shagging that community shield tonight
— School of Science (@SOS1878) September 12, 2016
Moyes has got the face of a man who’s card’s been declined on a date.
— Stephen Howson (@MrStephenHowson) September 12, 2016
Sunderland AFC – the club that lets you down more than an alcoholic father who doesn't pay his CSA.
— Roker Report (@RokerReport) 12 September 2016
— David. (@SAFCDavid) 12 September 2016
I'm gona stay till full time.. To avoid the traffic #safc
— Dave Forster (@davey_lad) 12 September 2016
How will they know when to sack Moyes, if the Tyne-wear derby isn't there to remind them?
— Yorkshire. (@Yorkshire_Mag) 12 September 2016
— DG (@DavidJG80) 12 September 2016
David Moyes should probably just retire from football and open a cheese shop.
— H (@GoGetMyCoffee) 12 September 2016