Read the comments properly. No one is celebrating 6th place or both Mercedes getting lapped.
What you have here is a bunch of baiting trolls, some people who want to have a mature discussion and others who are putting their two cents worth in.
I think the tendency with a lot of MS fans is to hate ANY critics here. I think the tendency with a lot of MS critics here is just to bash the man and not be objective. Today was a fair return for MS, he outstarted his teammate off the grid (as has been the trend), bearing in mind NR got tucked off the edge by an out of control Petrov on lap 1. Michael drove faultlessly without setting the world on fire - as did Nico, the result was a narrow points decision to Michael. I still suspect Nico is quicker, even at this track, on whatever tyres.
What many critics of Michael's return, like me, often try to point out is - why? F1 isn't a sport for the fun of it, it's the business of winning. When you are working your way up through the sport like Nico, having to battle just to get into the top 6 is accepted as part of it - he has never been in a truly competitive team and has not yet won his first race. But Michael has won nearly a hundred races and 7 WDCs so why bother, he isn't going to get any faster and clearly he isn't held in awe by other drivers anymore. His fans seem to think he is suddenly going to magically return to winning, but he has a formidable teammate he has to beat before that's possible. And then there's an underperforming MGP team who don't seem to have anything special to offer other than a very good engine.
It's not unrealistic to believe as I do, that this result could be close to the best of the season for Michael, is it? Whenever Michael's car has any little issue, or a pitstop is a bit slow or he appears compromised by his teammate, many of his fans go off and use it as a huge excuse. Nico had plenty of reasons for being beaten by 1 second today but he got beaten, end of story. As a Nico fan I'm not going to make excuses for it, he got beat and the team had their own reasons for not finding a way to leapfrog him past Michael. The result was a down to earth thump for MGP who looked like 4th in WCC today. Maybe that will change at Monaco but we won't see the great drives that Michael so exciting to watch.