The best Liverpool jokes after 0-3 West Ham defeat

Twitter peanut gallery out in force as Brendan Rodgers's side suffer humiliation on their own patch.

EMBATTLED: Rodgers (Image: Geoffrey Hammersley)
EMBATTLED: Rodgers (Image: Geoffrey Hammersley)

Have a good butcher’s at the best Liverpool jokes that Twitter had to offer as Brendan Rodgers’s side lost 0-3 to West Ham United at Anfield.

Two 1-0 wins and a goalless draw at Arsenal had gotten the Reds off to a solid enough start, albeit Christian Benteke’s winner against Bournemouth should have been ‘chalked off’ for offside – just as Aaron Ramsey’s early strike at the Emirates should have been, well, ‘chalked on’.

And they well and truly lost the plot here, trailing 0-2 by the half-time break and having the influential Philippe Coutinho sent off soon after.

For West Ham’s part, it was another shock result in a sequence that’s seen them somehow contrive to win 2-0 at Arsenal before losing back-to-back home games against Leicester City and Bournemouth.

Now kick back with a cuppa and enjoy these Liverpool jokes…

Liverpool. pic.twitter.com/0d0gnvrv18

— Football Funnys (@FootballFunnys) August 30, 2015

My boy Haruki must be a Liverpool fan. https://t.co/Qm2L3k4Qm1

— PhantomGoal (@PhantomGoal) August 29, 2015

Chelsea and Liverpool fans today pic.twitter.com/aqiYNsZou7

— Troll Football (@Troll__Football) August 29, 2015

5 years ago, Liverpool were ranked 11th in Europe. Today after spending over £350 million, they are 42nd. pic.twitter.com/KT2fcI9IWx

— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) August 30, 2015

When you're top of the league and Liverpool lose 3-0 at home. pic.twitter.com/kFXX6pIYhx

— YourMCFC (@YourMCFC) August 29, 2015

The good thing for Brendan Rodgers is that managing Liverpool has not aged him. He looks younger each year. And more surprised.

— John Brewin (@JohnBrewinESPN) August 29, 2015

As post-match analysis goes, Ruud Gullit's assertion that "Liverpool need a new stadium" is quite a bold, all-encompassing statement

— Michael Cox (@Zonal_Marking) August 29, 2015

@Zonal_Marking 'stadium' is Dutch for 'manager', right?

— Steven Fisher (@SGF80) August 29, 2015