Wales thrashed Moldova 4-0 tonight in their first World Cup qualifier.
Sam Vokes scored the opener, Gareth Bale scored a second-half brace, but the second goal of the game came from former Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen.
Allen has been in fine form for Wales recently; he was named in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ at Euro 2016.
After his goal, a Twitter argument has exploded over whether or not we were right to ship him out to Stoke this summer. Needless to say, there is widespread disagreement.
Have a read and let us know your thoughts…
@BBCWalesSport class Joe Allen Liverpool loss big time
— Wyn Morgan (@ea56e863816b4f7) September 5, 2016
Still cant understand liverpool getting rid of joe allen head and shoulders above henderson ?
— Derrick Williams (@dw2588) September 5, 2016
Why Liverpool sold Joe Allen and kept that shit house Jordan Henderson I'll never know,madness?
— Llewellyn Clarke (@Clarkey_ccfc) September 5, 2016
And to think, Liverpool kept Jordan Henderson and sold Joe Allen.
That is perpetual LOLZ™ tbqhwy
— MT™ (@mrklthms) September 5, 2016
Joe Allen is class!! I still really can't get over why Liverpool got rid of him ??
— BenJones (@llBenJonesll) September 5, 2016
Why Liverpool would let joe Allen go is beyond me, pure class
— JordanD (@Jord_daviess) September 5, 2016
Why do I force myself to watch Joe Allen, it just makes me sad he's not at Liverpool anymore #WALMOL
— Nathan (@nathblightning4) September 5, 2016
Can't believe Liverpool let Joe Allen go ?
— Kurt Andrews (@Kurtrandrews4) September 5, 2016
Joe Allen is so good ? what a buy 13 million well spent bet Liverpool are kicking themselves now keeping Henderson ??
— olly hodgetts (@Ollythetatman) September 5, 2016
Worse decision ever letting Joe Allen leave Liverpool
— Jordan Harley (@jordanharley98) September 5, 2016
I miss Joe Allen at Liverpool.
— Dan Luker (@danielluker94) September 5, 2016
If only Liverpool had someone like Joe Allen in midfield. Tireless worker, great passer and now goalscorer
— James Curran (@JamesCurran6) September 5, 2016