A Lot Of Fans Were Rightly P*ssed Off By This Jonathan Joseph Tweet Last Night
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Saracens responded to the return of their England contingent from Six Nations duty by crushing title rivals Bath 53-10 in the Aviva Premiership yesterday.
The eight-try rout was a statement of intent from Saracens, who utterly dominated the second half and ran riot during the final half hour.
Having been competitive in the opening 40 minutes, Bath were overwhelmed in the second period and now sit three points behind fourth-placed Leicester, whom they meet in two weeks’ time at Twickenham.
Saracens kept up their pursuit of a home semi-final and now lie just a point behind Exeter in second.Bath and England centre then pissed off a lot of fans following the game thanks to this poorly timed sponsored Tweet.
Performance not where it needed to be today. But its air max day! 👌 #kissmyairs @nike nikelondon https://t.co/kqRzfYNhKK
— Jonathan Joseph (@Jonathanjoseph0) March 26, 2017
@Jonathanjoseph0 @Nike Cut the sponsor butt-licking and get on with the rugby JJ! #bathfamily #nosilverlining @bathrugby
— Miles Offside (@miles_offside) March 26, 2017
@miles_offside @Jonathanjoseph0 @bathrugby Rather sums up what is wrong with our stars"Forgotten who employs them and what their day job is
— Anne Kirkham (@akhfk) March 26, 2017
@Jonathanjoseph0 @Nike wow just wow! #TimingNotYourStrongpoint
— Dale (aka Chip) 🚔 (@ChipRAFP) March 26, 2017
@Macca1000bath @Jonathanjoseph0 Baths biggest defeat for years but least JJ looks good in his air max…jeez 😳
— del cole (@delcolejnr) March 26, 2017
@delcolejnr @Jonathanjoseph0 It all about the £££ in modern rugby. Really disappointing for the average fan!
— Mark McCarthy (@Macca1000bath) March 26, 2017