Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni was slated by fans after a poor display against Falkirk.
Rangers missed a chance to close on leaders Hearts at the top of the Scottish Championship as they failed to beat Falkirk.
Darren McGregor gave them a first half lead before Rory Loy equalised for home side Falkirk two minutes later.
Rangers did not have enough quality to break Falkirk's resilience, who remain just five points behind them.
Falkirk's goal came through a mistake from defender Bilel Mohsni, in the side replacing Marius Zaliukas.
His performance received plenty of flak from Rangers fans on Twitter, who clearly felt exasperated with his poor display of defending, not for the first time.
Moshni is a liability— stuart mcclean (@stuartymc77) February 27, 2015
Moshni giving other defenders instructions on what to do. Ha Ha Ha— Leonard Scott (@LeonardScott2) February 27, 2015
Moshni the worst player ever to wear a rangers jersey— Vwchris (@vwchris1980) February 27, 2015
Wtf is that really the best he can do. Is he not watching the game. Our defence is shocking. Get moshni off now— Carol (@Cazztee) February 27, 2015
For once, this was a rare issue they were in agreement upon with fans of rivals Celtic also taking the time to comment on Mohsni's display.
A common theme and reason to empathise was a comparison to a dodgy defender of their own, Nigerian international Efe Ambrose.
Words can't describe when I see Ambrose on a pitch for Celtic, it honestly infuriates me. Hate to think how the huns feel about Moshni— Connor Hall (@ConnorHall88) February 27, 2015
FFS i thought Ambrose was bad but Moshni lmfao— Stephen Martin (@stephenmartin27) February 27, 2015
That moshni is nearly as bad as ambrose— Adam O'Neill (@Adamoneill1888) February 27, 2015
Thought Ambrose was a shocking player until I seen that moshni play tonight what a dumpling Wouldnt even invite him to a game of 5's— Stewart Sinclair (@SSinclair92) February 27, 2015
Rangers had just one of their loanees from Newcastle playing, Haris Vuckic, with the remaining four not fit enough to make the bench.
Tunisian defender Mohsni was making his 10th league appearance of the season to date. He was criticised by the Daily Record last Autumn as not being good enough to wear the shirt, while The Telegraph reported how he was warned by former boss Ally McCoist for gesturing angrily to abusive comments from the crowd.
Perhaps it's best he does not check Twitter...