The best jokes as England win 5-1 in Montenegro in Euro 2020 qualifier

Southgate's side top Group A with goal difference of nine after two games.

Gareth Southgate can relax with the tweets and jokes from Montenegro 1-5 England after the big Euro 2020 qualification win
(Image: Twitter/ITV)

England continued their great form by scoring five goals in a second consecutive match to beat Montenegro in a European Championship qualifier on Monday night.

Gareth Southgate’s side strolled to another qualification win following an early scare when the hosts opened the scoring in Podgorica after 17 minutes.

GOAL! And @Sterling7 gets his goal!@England have FIVE in Montenegro!

Watch live on @ITV pic.twitter.com/sXNmvakahN

— ITV Football (@itvfootball) March 25, 2019

The youthful, new-look squad now top Group A with a giant goal difference of 9 after just two games played in the campaign.

These were the best tweets and jokes from Montenegro 1-5 England, Euro 2020 qualifier:

Good #MONENGpic.twitter.com/Ko4lOH1ZEA

— The Rothmans Years (@RothmansYears) March 25, 2019


Gareth Southgate looking calm. There's a man that knows even if England get embarrassed tonight, a new Theresa May speech is just around the corner. #MONENG

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 25, 2019

I've got the 'fraud' tweet sat in my drafts waiting for Rice and Hudson Odoi and I will not be using it sensibly. #MONENG

— James Kent (@JamesKent73) March 25, 2019

Jordan Pickford's gone Full Mike Dean and it's too late to stage an intervention… #MONENG pic.twitter.com/lL2us1uCEb

— Cal (@chalveykid) March 25, 2019

Boyfriend can't concentrate on the England game as he's convinced that @EamonnHolmes is the manager of Montenegro… pic.twitter.com/e131G6eNkA

— I Secretly Recorded My Boyfriend (@RecordedBoyf) March 25, 2019




When you’ve got a game at 19:45 and a Porno shoot straight after…. #MONENG #comeonengland pic.twitter.com/ulnPDUCHiP

— Dale Whitehead (@ObiwanWinton) March 25, 2019

Two seconds after the commentator jokes about Montenegro having a population the size of Bristol… Montenegro take the lead.#MONENG

— Mark Worrall (@gate17marco) March 25, 2019


Hello darkness my old friend #MONENG

— Dan Green (@greenberg999) March 25, 2019

Losing on a Monday night in Montenegro?

This is the England we all grew up with.

— HLTCO (@HLTCO) March 25, 2019

R Kelly has got a more convincing defence than England tonight #MONENG

— The Prince of Lancashire (@princeoflancs) March 25, 2019

Nick Pope would have saved that. @andygrice3 @alicegrace_ #twitterclarets #MONENG pic.twitter.com/yX0CiFkYNK

— Sean Danaher (@sean_danaher) March 25, 2019

Where was Keane for their goal? Somewhere only he knows… #MONENG

— Bobby Jones (@bobbyjones007) March 25, 2019


Michael Keane played for Ireland U17's and U19's. #MONENG pic.twitter.com/soknrSTwOT

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 25, 2019

"One-nil, and you f***ed it up," #eng fans now in good voice. #eng lead 2-1. #moneng

— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) March 25, 2019

Panic over. It's coming home again. #MONENG pic.twitter.com/zwfNiAvyl6

— 888sport (@888sport) March 25, 2019

England fans now pic.twitter.com/6tp80P4QbC

— wizards of drivel (@wizardsofdrivel) March 25, 2019


I’d never heard of Hudson-Odoi before. I’ve now heard of him 397 times in 45 minutes. #MONENG

— Dan Wilkins (@LeDanWilkins) March 25, 2019

It’s probably the Chelsea fans in the England end

— Adam McDowell (@AdamMcDowell23) March 25, 2019

Just watched 2 ex England Internationals say what a great game Declan Rice is having but I'm not sure if to believe them or Ricky, a divorced 52 year old Spurs fan, no longer allowed to see his kids without supervision, currently firing off tweets about what a fraud he is.

— J.O'B (@chanceig) March 25, 2019

Mad that in 2016, nobody knew what was going to happen with Brexit, and England's football team was shite.

Now three years later, England's football team is pretty good.#MONENG

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 25, 2019

Amazing result considering the size difference #MONENG pic.twitter.com/wXlqWC1rOu

— Football Burp ⚽ (@FootballBurp) March 25, 2019

It's only 1,364 days until England win the World Cup.

And Gareth knows it.#MoveOnUp #MONENG pic.twitter.com/xnTiDW3cCb

— MoPlay (@MoPlay) March 25, 2019