Once again, Patrick McBrearty was the star that caught the eye of the Twitter world as Donegal went down to a narrow defeat to Galway.
McBrearty, who scored ten points in Kerry last week, hit nine points for Donegal, six of them in the first half when he single-handedly kept his side in the game.
Paddy McBrearty making his mark with this fantastic point from play pic.twitter.com/olVQirHMCL
— The GAA (@officialgaa) February 4, 2018
— Evan Cronin (@evan_cronin11) February 4, 2018
Paddy McBrearty is the best inside forward in the country at the minute bar none 🏐
— Kane Barrett (@kaneyb_14) February 4, 2018
Patrick McBrearty seems to be playing Galway on his own. And he's leading.
— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) February 4, 2018
A lot of miles covered this weekend from Castlebar to Letterkenny watching 4 Div 1 teams – Mayo laboured, Kerry’s young guns very impressive, Galway with Walsh and Comer effective and Donegal are work in progress but Paddy McBrearty is different gravy.
— Ger Treacy (@ger_treacy) February 4, 2018
What would Donegal do without Paddy McBrearty
— Shane_187 (@shanem367) February 4, 2018
HT Donegal 0-8 Galway 1-7. Decent open game. Damien Comer causing bother off limited enough possession for Galway. Paddy McBrearty once more on song for Donegal. Is there a better finisher in Ireland at this minute in time?
— Cahair O'Kane (@CahairOKane1) February 4, 2018