Rangers and Leeds United fans had their say as defender Marius Zaliukas was in action for Lithuania against England.
Rangers defender Marius Zaliukas was on the wrong end of England's 4-0 victory last night at Wembley.
The centre-back was booked for a deliberate handball during the contest, which leaves his Lithuania side with just six points from five matches.
Zaliukas looked shaky throughout the contest, one which was always going to be a tough ask for a player in and out of an under-performing side in the Scottish Championship.
Indeed his call-up and appearance has meant Rangers must do without him in their Saturday fixture against Cowdenbeath.
The televised European qualifier was also a chance for fans of English Championship side Leeds United to watch him in action again, not that they may have wanted to.
His short-term deal was not renewed last summer after a spell which started promisingly but ended terribly, the lowlight being his woeful display in a 6-0 loss to Sheffield Wednesday.
To his credit, Zaliukas blocked three shots and made seven clearances, and at least tried to keep the score respectable on a challenging evening for his team.
Here is a look at how fans of the two clubs reacted to his performance against the Three Lions...
Imagine if leeds still had zaliukas at back we would be in trouble— langers_i_am (@im_the_king87) March 27, 2015
Every time I hear the name 'Zaliukas' I remember that bitter day last January... #lufc— Ryan Milton (@rmilton87) March 27, 2015
I really hope Zaliukas is not in our squad next season as he is absolute toilet!— Callum Stuart (@CalStu88) March 27, 2015
Zaliukas is getting sent off tonight and I'm appealing that the suspension counts in the Scottish Championship.— Chris Shuttleworth (@Shuttsapalooza) March 27, 2015
Sorry but England can't celebrate beating a team with Marius Zaliukas at the back. Alloa can do it.— Ross Smith (@_StepUpAndPlay_) March 27, 2015
Harry Kane making his international debut against Zaliukas, the hardest start to a young mans career— Graeme Mitchell (@MitchellenMan) March 27, 2015
Zaliukas has played in British football for nearly a decade, do you think this commentator might try to get his name right once tonight?— Iain Anderson (@iainesque) March 27, 2015