Jamie Vardy's name was on the fingertips of England's fans on Saturday, despite not playing a minute of the Euro 2016 opener with Russia.
England face Russia at 8pm tonight.
Will there be a Vardy party after the final whistle? pic.twitter.com/kaUx3JsW9v
-- Camino (@CaminoLondon) June 11, 2016
The Leicester striker was put on the bench by Roy Hodgson despite his stellar season with the Foxes and the call to come in Marseille never came; even with numerous armchair managers pleading for his presence.
-- Daniel Webb (@danielwebb007) June 12, 2016
This England match has got 'Vardy comes off the bench ten minutes from time to score an heroic consolation goal' written all over it #ENGRUS
-- Richard Osman (@richardosman) June 11, 2016
Vardy was the second-most tweeted-about player during the game, according to data released by the social network. Goalscorer Eric Dier was the most popular, with captain Wayne Rooney third.
Why sub Rooney off
-- Nataly Antar (@Nataly_Antar) June 11, 2016
Poor substitutions, so negative. Vardy needed to come on in that game. Would've ripped their defence to bits #EnglandRussia
-- Alfie Pope (@PopeAlfie) June 11, 2016
England's 1-1 draw itself was discussed across 1.4 million tweets, with France's opening-night win over Romania the subject of 2.3m.
-- England (@England) June 11, 2016
Dier's goal kick-started a run of 42,000 tweets per minute, but that was little compared with the online excitement about Dimitri Payet's wonder winner for France which sparked 89,000 per minute.