Sunderland fan deletes Tweet after being mocked by Shearer

Alan Shearer’s been at it again – dishing out quality comebacks when people give him grief on Twitter. His latest amusing Tweet was in response to a Sunderland fan who suggested that he wasn’t very prolific when it came to scoring against the Black Cats.

The SAFC supporter decided to try and give Newcastle’s all time top scorer a bit of stick after seeing this video, posted on Twitter by Shearer’s son…

The Sunderland fan responded to the video of Shearer kicking a ball into a chair whilst on holiday with these words…

“Took you enough attempts to score passed us #safc yet claim this was 1st attempt, C’mon Al I know you better 🙊”



Shearer responded with this witty reply, mocking Sunderland and the fan’s lousy grammar both at the same time…



This was a screen shot taken shortly after Big Al’s reply. But now it appears that the Sunderland fan has since removed his original Tweet, probably because he feels like a bit of an idiot…


1,228 retweets – no wonder he deleted it!

Shearer has been amusing since joining Twitter – here are some other examples of his great banter.

The Premier League’s all time top scorer was undoubtedly more prolific against many teams other than Sunderland, but he still managed to net 3 times against Newcastle’s local rivals.

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