Date: 13th January 2019 at 1:16pm
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Sometimes you get days in football that make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck.

Yesterday, at the Stadium of Light was one of those days.

Over 3,000 Hatters supporters made the long trek to the north-east and certainly made themselves heard in what was an attendance not far short of 38,000.

When the equaliser, from the penalty spot, hit the net, the noise was immense.

After the game, Alan McCormack, via social media, took time out to praise the travelling support:

McCormack, as you’d expect, was in the thick of the action and was, in my opinion, the Hatters man-of-the-match, a view shared by several on social media.

The midfielder, the victim of an unsavoury incident late in the game, which saw a red-card brandished, wasn’t afraid to declare his loyalty to the Hatters course, something that was noticed by those on social media, with the following illustrating the point perfectly:

But, it wasn’t all about winding up the home support, McCormack gave his all, something that was appreciated:

And when it came to the whole day, can it be described any better than this:

And finally, with Nathan Jones now history, what better than this post to finish on:


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