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The best jokes from Tuesday night relegation decider Swansea 0-1 Southampton

Didn't go well for the hosts.

By Thomas Joseph

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There were many tears at Swansea vs Southampton and many of those crying will not want to see the jokes
SWANSEA FAN: Child

Swansea were defeated 0-1 by Southampton at the Liberty Stadium last night, a result that will most probably mean that the Welsh team are playing Championship football next season.

Despite the best efforts of the city and its hospitality venues, the hosts were neither able to score nor keep Mark Hughes’s side at bay.

A scrambled goal from substitute Manolo Gabbiadini in the 72nd minute was enough to seal a win for the visitors and all but ensure their own safety.

These were the best of the jokes from Swansea vs Southampton, Tuesday night’s relegation decider:

This is like watching Everton play Everton #SWASOU

— Peter Mcpartland (@PED7) May 8, 2018

Toss a coin and fuck it off #SWASOU

— GeorgeWeahsCousin (@WeahsCousin) May 8, 2018

#WBA fans reacting to every forward pass in #SWASOU pic.twitter.com/5UxT2XykVH

— Kieran Doody (@kierandoody) May 8, 2018

Match highlights to date. #SWASOU pic.twitter.com/lCuXM2JtX2

— Steven Chandler (@butcherboy9691) May 8, 2018

Six minutes of added time to play. Cameramen begin operation 'search for a crying kid in the crowd'. #SWASOU

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) May 8, 2018

Sky Sports need to understand: I don’t want to see shots of kids crying at their team losing. I want to see GROWN MEN CRYING. #SWASOU

— Jack Street (@bassmanjack) May 8, 2018

Do or die time this now. Would prefer not to die. #SaintsFC #SWASOU

— Ash (@ashley_whiteway) May 8, 2018

If only Swansea had not sold Ashley Williams they would not be in this situation as they would have been relegated weeks ago!!! #SWASOU

— Niasse’sLocker (@clu3lessrobert) May 8, 2018

🎶 It’s the most wonderful time… of the year 🎶 😭😭 #SWASOU pic.twitter.com/pNEHl3i3al

— Scott (@mrmeredith88) May 8, 2018

As the cameras hungrily scan the crowd looking for a weeping Swansea fan, a small boy turns to his dad and says “Oh well”. Good for you, son.

— Owen Gibson (@owen_g) May 8, 2018

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— joemcloughlin (@joemcloughlin12) May 8, 2018

Mark Hughes will enjoy the journey home to Southampton tonight. Stopping off briefly to smash up the reception of the Swansea Marriott hotel.

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) May 8, 2018

Police in Swansea are appealing for information after a football club lost its way. It was last seen in the Landore area in 2014. If found, please return to the Liberty Stadium. #Swans

— Jason Evans (@EvansTheCrime) May 8, 2018

#SaintsFC walking back past the Swansea Marriott Hotel like.. pic.twitter.com/M2tQ57FSf7

— Simon Williams (@MrSimonWilliams) May 8, 2018

Think I might pop in the Swansea Marriott on the way home just to check they’re all ok 🤷‍♂️

— Matt Le Tissier (@mattletiss7) May 8, 2018

How much would you pay for one Swansea corner now? Fabianski marching upfield. I would pay £6.

— Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) May 8, 2018

The Swansea City spring summer 2018 paramilitary collection pic.twitter.com/wZoaRC1abc

— Tony Rivers (@TonyRivers1927) May 8, 2018

Being A Swansea city Fan

Dreams VS Reality pic.twitter.com/a4SOPofLt5

— Joshua (@CCFC_JOSH_1927) May 8, 2018

@SouthamptonFC great win tonight! Well done from all the team at Southampton Harbour Hotel.

— Southampton H Hotel (@Southampton_HH) May 8, 2018

If Southampton have anything about them they’ll nip round to the Marriott for a few beers

— Stuart Akister (@StuartAkister) May 8, 2018

Give Southampton the freedom of the Marriott hotel after that

— Cardiff City Fans (@CardiffCityCCFC) May 8, 2018

Southampton will now host Manchester City on the final day of the season knowing they'll stay in the Premier League unless there's a 10 goal swing against them.

Challenge accepted… pic.twitter.com/9FiMDm8hXH

— Team FA (@TeamFA) May 8, 2018

Just got in how did Southampton get on ?

— Robbie Savage (@RobbieSavage8) May 8, 2018