Last night, the final TV debate before Saturday's General Election 2020 broadcast.

Micheál Martin, Leo Varadkar, Mary Lou McDonald, the leaders of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and Sinn Féin, faced off each other in the debate, which aired on RTÉ show Prime Time.

Presenters David McCullagh and Miriam O'Callaghan resided over the discussion, which got quite heated.

The politicians clashed over issues such as housing and health.

Highlights included Leo Varadkar's warning against bringing back Micheál Martin to run the economy. He said: “Putting Fianna Fáil back in charge of our economy would be like allowing John Delaney to take back charge of the FAI in nine years’ time.”

Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald also directed an attack on Martin when she said he was trying to “mansplain” corporation tax to her.

Martin got back at McDonald for her party's tax policies, which he said don’t make sense. He declared: “Sinn Féin have magicked up the figures, they do not add up.

“There’s some sort of magic fairy tree out there that’s going to deliver all of this.”

Viewers also delighted in the party leaders being asked about their weaknesses.

Here were the best responses on Twitter: