Sunderland fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the performance of former Tottenham Hotspur defender Younes Kaboul on Saturday afternoon.
Kaboul, who joined the Black Cats from Tottenham in the summer transfer window, featured against Bournemouth away from home in the Premier League.
The 29-year-old defender started the game at the Vitality Stadium, but he failed to finish it as he was sent off in the 74th minute for two bookable offences.
Bournemouth were already 2-0 up at that stage, so the centre-back’s dismissal did not have a big impact on the final result.
However, during the time he was on the pitch, Kabul was largely ineffective and struggled with Bournemouth’s attacks.
The former Tottenham man took one shot, had a pass accuracy of 75%, attempted one dribble, won 40% of his tackles and 80% of his headers, and made four interceptions, five clearances and one block.
Following the game, Sunderland fans took to Twitter to have their say on the performance of Kaboul against Bournemouth.
Below are some of the best comments:
Literally the worst player in our history is Kaboul what a horrible horrible player #SAFC— Lewis Robinson (@lewisrobinson91) September 20, 2015
Still filthy about last nights events. Kaboul is up there with Stan Varga and Phill Babb as the worst defenders I've seen play for us.#SAFC— Nathan Connelly (@na1991) September 20, 2015
I thought #SAFC signing Kaboul was a risk, actually I thought it was a big mistake and nothing I've seen alters that thought— Mark Carruthers (@MarkNLDaily) September 19, 2015
Nice to see Kaboul joining the pantheon of quality #safc CBs so early in his career. Already as good as Anton Ferdinand, McShane, Bramble...— Craig Dobson (@CraigDobbo) September 19, 2015