The best Twitter reaction to Dublin winning the All-Ireland

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Here are some of the best reactions to the All-Ireland Final.

The county's search for another All-Ireland title will stretch into its 67th year following Dublin's victory at Croke Park.

Mayo left no stone unturned in their efforts on Sunday, sometimes the breaks go for you, sometimes they don't.

That means there is still no place in the team for Diarmuid Connolly, who came off the bench late on against Tyrone. Sport is cruel and the 2018 Championship won't be long coming around. Dublin edged back in front inside the next minute with Eoghan O'Gara's effort given the nod by Hawk Eye.

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They had Dublin rattled and continued to rattle them as the second half developed, with the defence - and Chris Barrett in particular - all superb, while both Stephen Cluxton and David Clarke were called into action.

The full-forward line of Jason Doherty, captain Cillian O'Connor and Andy Moran is retained after they hit a combined 1-10 against the Kingdom, while the starting line-up includes 13 survivors from last year's All-Ireland final replay loss to the Dubs.

The match ended with Dublin 2-17 and Tyrone on 0-11.

Subs used: D. O'Connor, S. Coen, C. Loftus, D. Drake, D. Kirby, G. Cafferkey.

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