Leicester City were involved in a thriller at the King Power, netting a last minute penalty to rescue a 2-2 draw with West Ham United.
Jamie Vardy’s opener had Leicester on course, but the England man was then sent off for diving.
Andy Carroll’s debatable penalty levelled things, before Aaron Cresswell scored a stunner to put West Ham in front.
But Jon Moss awarded Leicester a late penalty, allowing Leonardo Ulloa to save the day for the Foxes
As you’d expect, Twitter was in fine form.
It was all going so well:
But then the penalty decision changed the game:
— FantasyFootyPundits (@FFPundits) April 17, 2016
Unsurprisingly, Gary Lineker thought the Vardy incident was a penalty:
That is a diabolical decision. Penalty all day long.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) April 17, 2016
But the media weren’t in agreement:
Fair decision. Vardy looked more like Tom Daley with that dive.
— Darren Lewis (@MirrorDarren) April 17, 2016
And because it’s Twitter, Arsenal fans were there:
Vardy dived to win a penalty at the Emirates as well. Scum.
— GoonerGordo (@GoonerGordo) April 17, 2016
Others made a brilliant points:
Leicester down to ten men. But it's eleven with Kante, anyway.
— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) April 17, 2016
I think if Ashley Young were to do what Vardy just has, nobody would contest the yellow card.
— Seb Stafford-Bloor (@SebSB) April 17, 2016
Referee Jon Moss’ popularity wasn’t boosted when he gave West Ham a penalty:
Morgan bear-hugged Reid. Carroll penalty. 1-1. Been far worse holding offences both ends. Moss inconsistent at best.
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) April 17, 2016
But a second penalty earned Leicester a valuable point, leaving people questioning John Moss’ decisions:
Once spent a day with Jon Moss. He's a nice man and a very good head teacher. I'll leave it there
— Matt Dickinson (@DickinsonTimes) April 17, 2016
Maybe Jon Moss should reveal he's a die-hard fan of every single Premier League club…
— Gabriele Marcotti (@Marcotti) April 17, 2016
What a game.