Last night was a rarity for Manchester United's players and manager - they emerged from a big game with credit.
With one exception.
Central midfielder Marouane Fellaini was the odd man out as the Red Devils battled away, his failure to track the run of Bastian Schweinsteiger for the equaliser in the 1-1 draw the most significant of his errors.
His poor passing was particularly hazardous in the first half, while the usually strong part of his game - winning the ball in the air, also deserted him.
His woeful display was highlighted by the now former CNN host Piers Morgan, who lambasted him on Twitter:
Can't believe how awful Fellaini is for United. Thought he was brilliant at Everton. Big club trauma, like his boss?— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 1, 2014
He was not the only one. Former Manchester United trainee Danny Webber also took to Twitter to question the wisdom of bringing in the Belgian in the first place.
Fellaini completed 75 per cent of his passes, winning just 14 per cent of his aerial duels. Committing just one foul, he also made just one successful tackle.
The midfielder did not shy away from the action, and battled away for all 90 minutes, but as for the question of whether or not he is really good enough, last night was another opportunity missed for him to dissuade those who have already written him off.