Also, Gary Lineker fails to take the diplomatic route after offending everyone and Kasper Schmeichel gives a damning assessment of Ray Wilkins' punditry skillsWith the Champions League back in full flow, you'd expect the world of Twitter to be alight with debate over Europe's best teams going head to head.
Well, unless you've read this piece before of course.
Featuring gymnastics, half-hearted apologies and parents doing their children's homework, here's Goal.com's latest edition of Word on the Tweet.
"Resting in the hotel .. Feel like a kid at Christmas can't wait to get back playing tonight! #notlongtogonow!"
The still-banned Jonjo Shelvey is set to make a brief return to action in the Europa League on Thursday evening. And he seems excited.
"25 minute power nap done:-kids home in a bit Thursday is history and English homework so gotta get sharp for that!!"
Meanwhile, Everton skipper Phil Neville has basically admitted to cheating for his children here. WOTT expects him to be punished accordingly.
"I can the feel winter !!!!"
Sheffield Wednesday striker Jay Bothroyd is so cold he gets his words all mixed up. Though we do agree with the sentiment, Jay.
"I'm sorry but I'm not aware of every player's religion."
Gary Lineker not exactly taking the diplomatic route here after making a disparaging remark about a Muslim player's celebration.
"We didn't play our best game, but we didn't cave in and we salvaged a point. We need to improve and we will do so. We have a great team."
Sergio Aguero proves he is the king of understatement following Manchester City's anaemic performance against Borussia Dortmund.
"Repeating what most have tweeted already, #JoeHart is the best GK in the world."
Joleon Lescott says what we're all thinking after Joe Hart's heroic performance in the Champions League.
"Ray wilkins is doing my head in! #talkingrubbish"
Leicster City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel is not a fan of Ray "My Word" Wilkins' punditry work.
"Sorry Gervinho, that headband isn't hiding the top of your head, it's just accentuating your power #mullet!"
Whilst former Watford defender Jay DeMerit hits Gervinho where it hurts. Well, sort of.
"Operation was a Success, and what ever don't kill you, makes you stronger, as I know I'm Blessed."
Wolves hero George Elokobi remains in good spirits despite recently suffering a horrendous injury. All the best from WOTT, George.
"Slipped and did the splits during training today...fair enough it looked pretty spectacular but was it worth the groin pain?"
And finally, following Beth Tweddle and Co.'s Olympic gymnastics success, Sammy Ameobi makes a case for his inclusion at Rio 2016.