Many Crystal Palace fans have responded on Twitter after a popular fan account has talked about the best ‘limbs’ they’ve ever been in.
@GazBod, a Palace fan’s Twitter account, tweeted in response to the account @FootyLimbs with the best they’ve ever been involved in, and the account referenced Jason Puncheon’s goal to put the Eagles ahead in the FA Cup Final in 2016. You know, the one with Alan Pardew’s dance.
For those that aren’t aware, ‘limbs’ is a phrase which is used to describe throwing your arms around when your team scores a goal.
In the final, Palace went 1-0 ahead against Manchester United, to give the fans a grand total of three minutes in absolute disbelief as they edged towards their first major trophy. It wasn’t to be though, as Juan Mata equalised with 10 minutes to go, before Jesse Lingard scored in added time to really break red and blue hearts.
Many Palace fans reminisced about the goal, with one fan describing the three minutes they went ahead as ‘the best three minutes of their life’, while others claim they will never be able to get over it.
Here are some of the responses…
Will it ever stop hurting
— Izzy (@CPFCIzzy) November 17, 2019
— Harry (@Harry_Cambridge) November 17, 2019
Best 3 minutes of my life!!
— Neil Parker (@Ubrennah) November 17, 2019
Will never get over it…. not ever #cpfc
— Joe C (@jchow_1) November 17, 2019
I was right at the back of the top tier and the limbs were up there when Punch scores
— Robert Johnson (@cpfc_Rob) November 17, 2019
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— Dan Clark (@DanielClark_1) November 17, 2019