Manchester United fans have delivered their verdict on Amazon Prime's coverage of their clash with Tottenham Hotspur.
The online streaming site made history on Tuesday night by streaming two Premier League fixtures for the first time ever.
Having secured rights for the entire matchday 15 fixture list, United fans tuned in to Amazon's new service to watch their clash against Spurs and the return of Jose Mourinho .
With six other matches to watch for Amazon Prime customers simultaneously, many have been intrigued by how the new set-up would affect viewers.
After a strong start to coverage of the Premier League on Tuesday night, with Burnley vs Manchester City and Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth, the pressure was cranked up a notch with six fixtures including huge matches such as United vs Spurs and the Merseyside derby set to take its toll on Amazon's servers.
However, it seems Manchester United fans are enjoying the new look service, which has come as a welcome break to Sky Sports and BT Sport's coverage of the Premier League, with former United players Dimitar Berbatov and Peter Schemichel drafted in as part of their punditry team.
With Boxing Day coverage of all 10 Premier League fixtures to follow from Amazon, their start to life broadcasting life seems promising.
Here's a look at how they reacted on social media.
If, however, you have been struggling with Amazon's coverage, there are a few simple steps which could help.
Amazon Prime recommends a minimum download speed of 1 Mbps for SD and 5 Mbps for HD.
Without this, your online feed will face streaming issues such as crashing and freezing.
If you don't meet these minimum requirements, you could find your Amazon Prime Premier League stream is not working.
Others found their device, which they believed to be compatible with Amazon Prime, couldn’t support the feed.
A statement from Amazon read: "Starting [July 18, 2019], Amazon will no longer support Prime Video on Sony Bravia BDP and TV, Panasonic Viera BDP and TV, and Vizio MTK Yahoo TV. Additionally, support is being deprecated on Nintendo WiiU as well.
"Below are the DTIDs for devices that will no longer be supported as part of this deprecation:
Sony Bravia BDP A3RFKCYZQJQAGW
Sony Bravia TV AQBWZHOQDJZ1C
Panasonic Viera BDP A3PWCXQ4S1TN4U
Panasonic Viera TV A2S3KRJ54763YN
Mediatek (2003) (Yahoo) A1D4JYQU8ZANIK
Nintendo WiiU - A3UMQ4ML0J6B7U
Roku SD - A21WMBJJ929L0V
Roku XR - A2OAZYH5YHRYJL
"Prime Video app will be completely deprecated on these devices by [September 30. 2019].
"As Prime Video continually seeks to improve their service, this occasionally means Amazon can no longer support certain devices or features. you can continue to stream Prime Video and access their video library on other supported devices, including most Sony, Panasonic, and VIZIO devices, smart TVs, gaming consoles, streaming media players and mobile or tablet devices.
"To view the current devices that support Prime Video, go to: www.amazon.com/help/supporteddevices."