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The best of football’s Eurovision jokes from 2018 final in Lisbon

UK’s entry finishes third from bottom.

There were many football-related Eurovision jokes made while everyone was watching the song contest's 2018 final in Lisbon
(Image: Roger Dewayne Barkley, EuroVisionary)

An estimated audience of 200 million people watched the Eurovision 2018 final in Lisbon, Portugal on Saturday night.

Israel’s Netta won the annual song contest with 520 points while the UK’s entry, which was briefly interrupted by a stage invader, finished third from bottom with just 48 points.

These were the best of football’s Eurovision jokes from this year:

The United Kingdom are currently bottom with zero points but I reckon if we get Roy Hodgson in now then we could get a comfortable midtable finish. pic.twitter.com/eV7RJ2C053

— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) May 12, 2018

Smart play by the UK – avoid having to actually organise Brexit by finishing in the #Eurovision bottom 3 and getting relegated from Europe instead.

— Pundamentalism (@Pundamentalism) May 12, 2018

https://twitter.com/Glenn_Kitson/status/995430901101350913

Can't wait to win the World Cup, that'll show these Eurovison snobs. #Eurovision

— Ben Carr / DoctorBenjyFM (@DoctorBenjy) May 12, 2018

https://twitter.com/astley_ben/status/995424745750433793

Not going well for Sunderland this year #Eurovision pic.twitter.com/OSQw2BhKmA

— ً (@ProudieYT) May 12, 2018

"And they've still gotta go and get points from Malta. And I'll tell you what – I will love it if we win #Eurovision . Love it." pic.twitter.com/2HoojI1Ba8

— Fake Carlton (@_CarltonCole9) May 12, 2018

#Eurovision pic.twitter.com/X8Cbuq8mlv

— Nuera (@DJ_Nuera) May 12, 2018

https://twitter.com/_AndyHa/status/995399919866384384

‘Don’t talk about spend, talk about net spend’ #EUROVISION pic.twitter.com/7qWcAaaw8b

— Kristian Walsh (@Kristian_Walsh) May 12, 2018

No this hair, no party… #Eurovision pic.twitter.com/O5U52vQsWL

— SPORTING CP SEMPRE (@sportiingsempre) May 12, 2018

When Dulwich Hamlet score. pic.twitter.com/U8ZwWxeIGG

— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) May 12, 2018

https://twitter.com/Durchiga/status/995434303671750656

https://twitter.com/GerryMcBride/status/995446649580343296

Not the result we wanted, but we'll bounce back next year and the fans were class 🙏👏👏👏🇬🇧#Eurovision

— Benjamin Wills (@_BenWills) May 12, 2018

HARRY KANE!

Is sitting at home watching the #Eurovision. Nothing to do with it.

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) May 12, 2018