West Bromwich Albion lost against Aston Villa on Saturday.
In a tweet, which has since been deleted, Stoke wrote to West Brom about May 11 just not being their day.
It saw Stoke finish ninth in the Premier League table, their best since 1975 at the time.
West Brom, though, have hit back at their Championship rivals on Twitter, and have made their point nicely across.
Ahhh, @stokecity.— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) May 11, 2019
A few reasons why it was wise to delete this tweet
1) You finished 16th.
2) We beat you twice this year.
3) You finished 25 points behind us.
4) Your season was over in Feb.
5) 46 games. Just 45 goals.
6) Again. You finished 16th.
Get back to the beach pic.twitter.com/aN7H245Ogy
West Brom will be disappointed with their 2-1 loss at the hands of Villa in the first leg of their Championship semi-final playoff tie on Saturday afternoon.
The Baggies, though, will know that the tie is far from over, as at The Hawthorns, if they get an early goal, then Villa could be under pressure.
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