Word on the Tweet: Aguero dedicates goal against Liverpool to son

The Manchester City striker is among those reacting to Sunday's dramatic 2-2 draw, while the Superbowl - or, more specifically, Beyonce's half-time show - catches the eye
Liverpool's excellent performance in securing themselves a closely fought 2-2 draw away at Roberto Mancini's Manchester City dominated the Twittersphere on Monday, while the clash between Tottenham and West Brom at the Hawthorns also saw an unexpected milestone for a certain England international.

Elsewhere, the NFL Superbowl between the 49ers and the Ravens draws some attention, while Neil Lennon talks gibberish and Gary Lineker makes a bold statement about the best British player currently operating in the top flight.

So dive in to football's latest online chatter in the Word on the Tweet...

"Really disappointed.I think we deserved more today anyway we have to keep working . Fans brilliant again. YNWA"
Liverpool central midfielder Lucas Leiva (pictured right) can't hide his frustration at seeing the club come up just short against Manchester City.

"What a game that was yesterday. I thought Liverpool were impressive in the second half. It was a day of top quality goals."
Stoke City striker Michael Owen believes that his former club are making good progress under Brendan Rodgers.

"Great game by the team today. For sure that we deserve the 3points.now trying to think on next game and win it :-)"
Liverpool full-back Jose Enrique agrees that the side should have held on for a big win away at the reigning champions.

"My kid said to me today, "you'll score a goal for me today, won't you, daddy?" So today's goal is dedicated to him. Love you, Ben!"
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero goes all mushy over Twitter about his wonderful goal after Pepe Reina's brain-fart for the crucial equaliser.

"Important win today especially after results went our way yesterday, also buzzing to have made my 300th appearance for spurs "
Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon made the surprising milestone during the club's narrow 1-0 victory over West Brom.

"Wish I understood American football, Super Bowl looks like a great spectacle! Bed time for me now! Cream crackered"
Norwich City full-back Elliott Bennett isn't the only one grappling with the modern fascination with NFL.

"Choreography is a joke. Brilliant from Beyonce. As good as I've seen for Super bowl HT show. Banishes the bad memories."
Marseille midfielder Joey Barton (pictured left) couldn't be talking about his red card earlier in the day against Nancy, could he?

"I think Gareth Bale is now the finest British footballer currently playing the game"
'Match of the Day' presenter and former England international Gary Lineker doesn't hold back in his praise of the Welsh winger.

"Great running session This morning with @Jack Rodwell and Maicon ! Now 2 session gym :) #hardwork:)"
Manchester City striker John Guidetti steps up his comeback for full fitness in the wake of Mario Balotelli's departure from the club.

"I definitely have a thing for Sidse Babett Knudsen from Borgen..she is a fox"
Is Celtic boss Neil Lennon scouting the Danish actress as a fox in the box for when Gary Hooper is finally sold, or has WOTT misunderstood?