Nottingham Forest fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the performance of Michail Antonio against Cardiff City at home on Saturday afternoon.
The winger started the Championship encounter at the City Ground and played for the entire 90 minutes.
Visiting Cardiff took the lead midway through the first half when Kenwyne Jones rose highest to meet Peter Whittingham's lofted ball.
Joe Mason doubled the Welsh outfit’s advantage four minutes into the second half by diverting Anthony Pilkington's shot with his head.
Antonio scored from a long ball for Forest in the 86th minute, but Cardiff held on for the three points.
Over the course of the 90 minutes, Dougie Freedman’s hosts had 58% of the possession, took 17 shots of which five were on target, and earned 11 corners.
Cardiff had 42% of the possession, took 13 shots of which five were on target, and earned two corners.
Antonio took six shots, had a pass accuracy of 61%, created two chances, put in eight crosses, attempted six dribbles, and made one block.
Following the defeat to Cardiff, Forest fans took to Twitter to have their say on the performance of Antonio and his importance to the team.
Below are some of the best comments:
"Antonio doesn't track back though" most frustrating comment ever. I don't want my star attacking asset near my own penalty are thanks #nffc— ForestRed (@ForestRed1) August 30, 2015
Michail Antonio is irreplaceable under an embargo. If he's sold there's nobody than can come in better under the circumstances. Fact. #nffc— Jack Bryan (@jackbryan8) August 30, 2015
Seems like we are just carrying on from where we left off last season, poor. long hard season ahead! Expect Antonio to go #nffc— Hitman H (@Hitman_Hannah) August 30, 2015
Difference between #nffc & others is we've got nobody to put our chances away and we rely far too much on Antonio - & opposition know this— Alex (@Lad87Red) August 30, 2015
The only player likely to score is Antonio at present, so it makes life easy for the opposition. Let's sell him and move on. #nffc— Hannah Dexter (@hannahforest) August 29, 2015