The Austrian is not popular among the majority of Wednesday supporters.
They won the game 1-0 courtesy of Atdhe Nuhiu’s first goal of the season for the club, which eventually put to an end a plucky resistance from Oxford.
The Austrian striker has seen his name linked with a move away from the club recently but remains a first-choice option for Carlos Carvalhal.
That is despite growing criticism from Wednesday fans, which could not be stopped despite his goalscoring heroics.
Nuhiu is not blessed for pace and lurches at an imposing height which makes him an easy target – he is not exactly the most fashionable of footballers, to be kind.
In fact, despite scoring the winning goal yesterday, Wednesday fans are still not pleased with the giant striker and demonstrated that online.
The reaction to his performance on Twitter was largely negative, with his tap-in finish simply not enough to convince his group of haters that he has what it takes to lead the line at Hillsborough this season.
Joke that May isn't even getting in squad, Nuhiu is useless #swfc— Ewan (@EwanDoman1) August 25, 2015
Fair play to nuhiu getting a goal but still don't think he's good enough #swfc— Sam scott (@samuelscott1997) August 25, 2015
nuhiu was not good tonight. Very poor. feel sorry for him. #swfc— Brad Lambert (@BreakingBrad111) August 25, 2015
#swfc He scored but praying to God Nuhiu is not leading the line on Saturday.— SWFC LIVE NEWS (@SWFC_Livenews) August 25, 2015
Nuhiu I've tried to support you. But now it's gone too far. #swfc— Adam Morley (@AdamM1867) August 25, 2015
Nuhiu was still embarrassing to watch at times— - (@bw_swfc) August 25, 2015
Fair enough he scored and were in round 3 but my god Nuhiu was bloody awful #swfc— ash (@ab_swfc) August 25, 2015
NUHIU is still terrible he's just scored against a league two side and people are like he's proving everyone wrong......BEHAVE! #SWFC— Jordan-Lewis Ramsey (@J_Ramsey943) August 25, 2015