Steven Fletcher’s performance for Scotland against Denmark yesterday failed to impress observers.
Fletcher was selected to start up front for Scotland yesterday evening, but he was not particularly involved during his time on the pitch.
The Sunderland forward, who is currently on loan at Marseille, played the opening half of the match before being replaced by Watford’s Ikechi Anya at half-time.
Fletcher did very little to impress during his time on the field, and Scotland supporters appear to have grown frustrated with his under-par displays. Here is the best reaction on social media site Twitter.
Steven Fletcher is so frustrating to watch cause he's that bad— chrissy freeman (@freeman__5) March 29, 2016
Jeezo. How bad is Steven fletcher? #SCODEN he brings nothing to this Scotland team. Would love to see Murphy or that on for him at half time— Allan Stewart (@1810allan) March 29, 2016
Steven Fletcher is one of the most lethargic footballers I have ever witnessed play the game, and I've seen El Hadji Diouf play.— Scott Mac (@ScottsGames1) March 29, 2016
Steven Fletcher's first touch is often absolutely sublime. It's such a shame about everything else.— Michael. (@GreatCollapso) March 29, 2016
When someone asks you why Steven Fletcher still gets a game for Scotland.... pic.twitter.com/IwecGSMRxv— Ode To Wee Red Book (@odetoweeredbook) March 29, 2016
Steven Fletcher always seems quite content to just float through games with just the odd nice touch or flick on. Always think he can do more— Darren Quigg (@DarrenQuigg1) March 29, 2016
Still haven't got a clue how Steven Fletcher gets a game for Scotland— Jason(@Jason1874__) March 29, 2016
I have absolutely no idea what Gordon Strachan sees in Steven Fletcher— Kieran Cameron (@KieranCameron3) March 29, 2016
Despite Fletcher’s poor performance, Scotland still managed to beat Denmark 1-0.
Gordon Strachan’s side scored through Matt Ritchie in the early stages of the contest, and they then managed to hold on to their lead.
Fletcher has now failed to score in any of his last 16 appearances for club and country.
The 29-year-old has played seven times for Marseille since moving on loan, but he is yet to open his account for the French club.