Nottingham Forest fans have given mixed reviews of Michail Antonio's display in the Reds' 2-1 defeat to Charlton on Tuesday evening.
The powerful winger got on the scoresheet during the Championship fixture at The Valley, but his lack of defensive cover left many of their supporters frustrated.
Antonio is one of Forest's most notable attacking talents, but his tendency to switch off when the team is on the back foot was on display again last night.
Although there was little he could have done to stop Charlton's first goal, he lost his runner for the second and it cancelled out some of the good work he had done earlier in the contest.
Antonio made 13 dribbles against Charlton and delivered seven crosses, showing just how dangerous a winger he can be, but the defensive stats he posted highlighted the weakness in his game.
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The former Sheffield Wednesday man failed to complete a tackle and made only one interception over the course of the 90 minutes.
Here is the best reaction on Twitter from Forest supporters to Antonio's display against Charlton.
Antonio good goin forward but not helping fox out when needed. #nffc— Rich Krupiak (@krupiak) March 3, 2015
#nffc have to say Fox needs more cover from midfield and Antonio as great as he is doesn't come back enough for me which is a shame— WHYSALL (@Josh_nffc) March 3, 2015
Until Fox gets more protection from Left Mid, we're always going to be exposed, Antonio and Pato provide nothing defensively #nffc— Richard Burgess (@captain_planet8) March 3, 2015
Beauty and the beast Antonio. Great goal but fell asleep for their second #nffc— Tim Brown (@Foresttimbo) March 3, 2015
What an earth are Fox and Antonio doing for that goal?! Stood next to each other. No tracking or communication at all. #nffc— Dan Peacock (@DJMPeacock) March 3, 2015
Can't remember antonio or burke beating a player in the second half, we didn't create nowhere near enough second half #nffc— Thomas Holmes (@NFFCTom) March 3, 2015
Collins & Fox good again, missed Hobbs tonight. David Vaughan very capable in CM still. Antonio's goal good, decision making so so #nffc— Phillip Clarke (@clarke_phillip) March 3, 2015