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(Pictures) England’s 1966 World Cup Win Re-Imagined In Tweet Form

If Twitter had existed in 1966…England’s famous World Cup win of 1966 has been brilliantly revisited by Adam Hurey of the Football Cliches blog and the Daily Telegraph, with coverage of the buildup and incidents from the game put together from a 1960s version of Twitter.

With every second of modern football matches dissected by fans, celebrities and pundits on the popular social networking site, watching a game has become a very different experience from the past, with some of its bizarre oddities showcased perfectly in some of the pictures below.

Featuring tweets from the fictional accounts of England legends such as Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Moore, as well as the 60s’ equivalents of Justin Bieber, this unique look at one of the most famous World Cup finals is one of the funniest things you’ll see all day, as well as a great distraction from the current woes of the national team!

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