Crisis over? Social media reacts to Cork's dramatic win over Tipperary

Championship hurling is back with a bang, writes Steve Neville.

Cork defeated All-Ireland champions Tipperary in an enthralling game of hurling by 2-27 to 1-26

A breathless first half had the sides level at the break and the 30,000 strong crowd on the edge of their seat.


Level on 16 occassions, with a late Michael Cahalane goal to seal it for the Rebels, social media couldn't believe the feast of hurling that was were served up.

It's a game that will live long in the memory, especially on Leeside.

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