There was criticism from some and a leaping to the goalkeeper's defence from others.
When Leicester City are involved, it's as though you know exactly what's going to happen when the other side go 2-0 up.
Substitutions swung the game for both sides. Claudio Ranieri made the right ones, Ronald Koeman faltered.
But there was, naturally, also plenty of focus from Southampton fans on goalkeeper Kelvin Davis, whose kicking performance let his side down on Saturday afternoon.
It's always difficult when a veteran is no longer at his best. The same happened with Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and so many quality players over the years. It's very difficult to decide when to hang up those boots.
As far as Davis is concerned, he is a Southampton legend. But many are still calling for the 39-year-old to call it a day. His performance against Leicester showed flaws and he may never get the chance to earn the game time that can help avoid such displays.
At the same time, however, plenty of Southampton fans leaped to the goalkeeper's defence due to his iconic status at St Mary's. Here's a selection of how supporters reacted to Davis's performance v Leicester on Twitter...
i love kelvin davis, but he really should have hung up his gloves a couple of years ago #saintsfc— Karl (@ObscureThing77) October 18, 2015
Yes Davis didnt have his greatest game but the guy is a #saintsfc legend, done so much for us yet is getting so much abuse, give him a break— Liana (@saintliana) October 18, 2015
Everyone should stop moaning and get off #saintsfc Kelvin Davis back he did his best, just not had the game time to keep himself match sharp— steven mcgihon (@mctrigger) October 17, 2015
2) I love SK Davis but I'm sorry buy Stekelenburg, sell Gazzaniga & use Britt as third choice simple. (2/4) #SaintsFC— The King (@AlasdairNo3man) October 17, 2015
So sad to say, but that needs to be Kelvin Davis' last game for #SaintsFC. Legend, but today was a game too far. He affected the whole team.— Neil Langridge (@subirony) October 17, 2015
It's 2025 Paulo Gazzaniga slumps on the bench, tears in his eyes, as he watches 49 yo Kelvin Davis cause panic in the #saintsfc defence— andy curtis (@saintgert) October 17, 2015