Here's how Twitter reacted to Kerry's razor-thin victory over Dublin on Sunday afternoon
Kerry put in a mighty display on Sunday afternoon to stop the Dubs from claiming a fifth Allianz Division 1 Football League title in a row.
There were absolute scenes towards the end of the match when Dean Rock had the opportunity to draw Dublin level with the last kick of the game, hitting a free from around 50 yards out. Unfortunately for the Hill 16 faithful, Rock was denied by the post and Kerry secured a 0-20 to 1-16 victory that will put doubt in Dublin minds going into this year's All-Ireland campaign.
Some, on the other hand, think that the result will only serve to get Dublin in gear for the real prize later on this year.
Here's how Twitter reacted to a barnstorming game of football:
Mighty game that, David Moran was absolutely outstanding. Hopefully that will put some doubt in Dublin minds for summer but I doubt it
— conor heneghan (@conorheneghan1) April 9, 2017
— Brian McDonagh (@brianmcdonagh) April 9, 2017
Never thought these words would pass my lips but I'm delighted for Kerry. #GAA
— Colm Tobin (@colmtobin) April 9, 2017
Kerry end Dublins run to claim league title in a great game of football in Croker ⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️
— The Railway Tavern (@railwaybarnet) April 9, 2017
They did it for the Gooch with a couple of judicious black cards. The perfect Kerry victory 👊
Moran was amazing https://t.co/lsWCNVs8Cu
— Mikey Stafford (@me_stafford) April 9, 2017
Delighted to see the Dubs beat 😅 #DubvKer
— Pádraig Gaffney (@i_Podge) April 9, 2017
Can't wait for 'Part II' in the summer. That was Gaelic football the way it should be played. #DubvKer
— Ryan Forrest (@forrest_ryan90) April 9, 2017
There won't be a cow milked in Duagh tonight! Great game! 🏐 #DubvKer
— Wayne McGrath (@Waynus95) April 9, 2017
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