Kerry v Tyrone: Here's how Twitter reacted to the game

Kerry v Tyrone: Here's how Twitter reacted to the game

Kerry beat Tyrone in an enthralling affair at Croke Park to earn a place in the All-Ireland final.

Here is how the fans reacted on Twitter.

As the game started many expected a tense affair.

Ferris Bueller wasn't getting any day off either.

Johnny Buckley started brightly hitting Kerry's first three points.

Marc O Sé's black card caused a lot of debate.

And as O'Sé went off Tyrone weren't going to slow down

Despite the weather the first half was one of the best this season

As the second half started, the weather didn't look like it was going to improve.

The Tyrone kick-outs were called into question

As was the referee

But a Tyrone goal put them back into the game.

However, Kerry pulled ahead in the end and claimed victory.


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