Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram experienced major issues yesterday and bitter rivals Crystal Palace took advantage by making a dig at The Hornets on Twitter.
The Eagles tweeted a picture showing Watford players looking distraught and text covering them as Mark Zuckerberg’s apps as they scored a goal marked as Twitter – which was unaffected by the issue.
— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) July 3, 2019
Watford fans flooded the comments section with replies as The Golden Boys beat The Eagles in all three matches they played against the side last season.
Watford secured three 2-1 victories in the league and an in the FA Cup quarter final on The Hornets mighty road to the final.
In the last hour, Watford FC responded to the club’s dig posting “When you wake up this morning to see that #Instagram and #Facebook are back up!” with a picture of Andre Gray scoring at Vicarage Road.
— Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) July 4, 2019
Fans instantly responded with memes and GIFs in response, applauding the media team.
Looking ahead to the new season, Watford FC will be hoping to repeat last season’s results when they face Palace on December 7, 2019 and March 7, 2020.
Picture courtesy of Watford FC/Alan Cozzi