Arsenal fans have reacted angrily on Twitter to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's performance against Olympiakos in the Champions League last night.
The Gunners lost 3-2 to the Greek side, in what was a disastrous defeat for their chances of qualifying from their Champions League group.
It was a frustrating night at the Emirates Stadium, and Oxlade-Chamberlain's display was one of the worst on the field.
The attacking midfielder failed to create chances for his teammates, while he was defensively weak and his lack of improvement has annoyed Arsenal fans.
Arsenal scored their goals through Theo Walcott and Alexis Sanchez, but they were almost always playing catch-up in the contest, and couldn't grab a lead to protect.
The defeat leaves their Champions League qualification hopes dangling by a thread, and they are likely to have to beat Bayern Munich to have any chance of making it out of the group.
Here is the best reaction from Arsenal fans towards Oxlade-Chamberlain's performance on social media site Twitter last night.
Oxlade Chamberlain will never be a good player until he believes in his talent. Not at all assertive.— ali (@aliladiere) September 29, 2015
Difficult to decide who had the poorest game this evening; Ospina, Ozil and Oxlade-Chamberlain all leading contenders.— Jon Brigden (@BriggySmalls) September 29, 2015
Oxlade Chamberlain is going to turn 30 and people will still be saying how hes got potential,needs to get the finger out before its too late— MARKO (@marko_cfc) September 29, 2015
@btsport oxlade chamberlain is simply not good enough, really he is no more than a championship player— james bowey (@China_Jim) September 29, 2015
But Oxlade-Chamberlain was pointless, Ozil as lazy as ever.— James Tremain (@james_tremain) September 29, 2015
Oxlade Chamberlain has shown no signs of improvement in the last 2 years. Worrying to say the least— Arsenaltwiter (@ArsenalGuide) September 29, 2015
So disappointed at Oxlade Chamberlain, thisnwas suppose to be a big season for him.— Theo My Hero (@BobChifu) September 30, 2015