Sevilla fans have seemingly already grown tired of Anthony Martial after his underwhelming performance in their 0-0 draw against Real Sociedad on Sunday.
That marked the fifth consecutive game in which the Frenchman failed to score for the La Liga side.
Martial’s last goal came in a Europa League game against Dinamo Zagreb in February, the only time he’s scored in 8 appearances for Sevilla.
The Spanish club’s fans have become extremely frustrated with his display and lashed out at the striker on Twitter after the game.
@Anitacd99: “A player who plays without desire does not represent the @SevillaFC.”
@Tikitak06721820: “Since he came he hasn’t done anything, we have to be guided by the performance of a player, no mail, he doesn’t dribble, he doesn’t score, he throws almost nothing.”
@Rogelio06996075: “What excuses do we make today? No shots on goal in 70 minutes.”
@Alexitoxd20: “What a f****** shame brother, we can’t play like that, shit I hope you’ll shut my mouth but I want you out NOW.”
‘This lot are tone deaf’: Gary Nevile lashes out at United players and Rangnick for vacationing after Champions League exit
Gary Neville has not been pleased to see some Man United players and Ralf Rangnick being spotted to be vacationing as well as attending public events after their Champions League exit.
He tweeted: “I remember a time when United players, managers, executives wouldn’t be seen in their local Italian after a draw at home let alone getting knocked out of Europe.
“This last week we’ve seen a global tour of F1 , Concerts, Cricket and UFC events. This lot are Tone Deaf!”
This is possibly a dig at Marcus Rashford and Brandon Williams being spotted watching a boxing fight in Dubai recently.
Rangnick also traveled overseas to watch a test cricket match between England and the West Indies in Barbados.
Moreover, Avram Glazer was also pictured in Bahrain enjoying the Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday.
The United players were given the week off after the Champions League elimination to clear their heads, but those not involved in international games are expected to report back to training on Monday.