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Sylvain Distin Has Incredible Comeback on Twitter to Liverpool Fans Trolling Him

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 30: Sylvain Distin of Everton runs for the ball with Moussa Dembele of Fulham during the Barclays Premier League match between Fulham and Everton at Craven Cottage on March 30, 2014 in London, England.  (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)
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Sean SwabyUK Staff WriterJune 10, 2014

Sylvain Distin has already shown the world that he's a pretty apt Twitter user when the right situation arises. 

On Monday, a few Liverpool Twitter users decided it was the right time to bring up an old clip of the Everton man's blunder against Liverpool. 

@ROUNDTHEBEND_: Brilliant”remember this @sylvaind15tin

william (@Carndog85Bill) June 9, 2014

The ever savvy Distin decided to respond to the fans and did so in a manner that will make any non-Liverpool supporter chuckle. 

@Carndog85Bill @Joe_Mc_20 @ROUNDTHEBEND_ what's up guys? You should be slipping... Sorry, I meant sleeping. Looooooool

— Sylvain Distin (@sylvaind15tin) June 9, 2014

Liverpool fans need not be reminded of the word "slip," but for those who have forgotten, he's of course referring to when Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard slipped and lost possession at Anfield, leading to a Chelsea goal that put a huge damper on the Reds' title charge. 

EXCLUSIVE: The Steven Gerrard slip from another angle.

— BBC Sporf (@BBCSporf) April 27, 2014


[Twitter, h/t The SPORT Bible]

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