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Twitter reaction to England Ashes win and Premier League kick-off

| 10.08.2015

There was plenty to shout about during a superb weekend of sporting action, as England dominantly thrashed Australia to win the Ashes, while the Premier League made a welcome return.

Here was the reaction on Twitter to both events over an exciting couple of days!

Moeen Ali enjoyed a successful spell recently, helping England lift the Ashes and his team grabbing an opening day win!

All of the England stars were ecstatic, as celebrations undoubtedly went on long into the night..

England wicket keeper Jos Buttler channelled his inner Del Boy..

James Anderson missed the winning Test due to injury, but showed there was a lot of respect for Australia captain Michael Clarke upon announcement of his imminent retirement from the longer format..

A former England nemesis was full of praise for the performance..

Piers Morgan had to eat humble pie, following his remarks about the side before the series began..

Morgan was soon left fuming, after Arsenal were dealt an opening day hammer blow by West Ham United..

Kyle Walker got the season going with an own-goal at Old Trafford..

Is Shaqiri finally going to become a Potters player?

Jose Mourinho was playing the blame game after Chelsea’s draw with Swansea City..

Petr Cech suffered a shocking debut for Arsenal, but they 4/1 third favourites to win the title this season..



Lee Gormley

Lee joined the Coral team in 2014 after studying at Leeds Trinity University, having moved across the water from Ireland, and has plenty of industry experience from his time with various news outlets in both England and Northern Ireland. After graduating with a BA Honours degree in Sports Journalism, he has since become an important member of the talented sports desk, passionately covering boxing, football and snooker, among many other sports. Lee is also a massive Manchester United and Republic of Ireland fan, but curbs any bias during his work, and outside of his job can be found regularly taking part in sport himself, such as boxing, GAA and football.