Leeds United were ripped apart in the first half by Brighton.
Leeds United embarrassed themselves in the first half against Brighton and Hove Albion, going 4-0 down after 45 minutes.
Anthony Gerrard, Oldham Athletic defender and brother of Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, took to social media to call out Whites captain Sol Bamba for his woeful performance.
Gerrard also said he felt sorry for Bamba's teammate Liam Cooper at having to play alongside the Ivorian.
Feel for @LiamCooper__ for that goal! tryin to mop up after Sol Bamba who's woeful! Positional sense is shocking, distribution is poor. Wow— Anthony Gerrard (@antgerrard86) February 29, 2016
Leeds looked truly woeful at the Amex Stadium in the first half, and Bamba was particularly poor, along with the returning Scott Wootton, who gave away the opening penalty.
With the game televised on SkySports, Leeds' poor performance was televised to the nation, and Bamba could not have had a worse night to have one of his worst games for the club.
The display only made head coach Steve Evans' recent declarations he could lead a promotion charge next season more unlikely, while Brighton showed them the level they need to aspire to.