Sheffield Wednesday could only muster a 1-1 draw against Ipswich Town on Saturday afternoon, which was at least some sort of response to last weekend's 4-1 defeat to Bristol City.
The Owls took the lead through Fernando Forestieri, but were stunned when Ipswich teenager Andre Dozzell notched a second half equaliser for the Tractor Boys, handing Mick McCarthy's side a share of the spoils at Hillsborough.
The result means Wednesday stay in sixth place, with a five point cushion to seventh placed Cardiff City, meaning they remain on course for a play-off place.
A number of Wednesday's players weren't quite on top form on Saturday though, and one player who divided opinion was striker Lucas Joao.
The 22-year-old, signed from Nacional last summer, was handed a start against Ipswich and played 83 minutes before being replaced by Atdhe Nuhiu, but having failed to find the net, it's now just one goal in his last 22 games for the Portugal international.
Some fans felt that Joao made little impact on the game, and despite his 6ft 3in frame, doesn't play with enough power or strength, urging him to hit the gym this summer, and telling manager Carlos Carvalhal to play Gary Hooper up front instead.
Others felt that Joao worked hard and was merely unlucky against Ipswich, with fans seemingly unable to agree about Joao's performance, summing up the hit-and-miss nature of Joao's season so far.
Joao didn't have a good game, nothing was happening for him. Poor lad #swfc— Alexandra Booth (@AlexandraBooth5) April 16, 2016
Joao was useless today. Can't play him ahead of hooper anymore— Jack Bidwell (@jackbidwell99) April 16, 2016
Thought 1 or 2 were slightly off it today. Joao did well for me as did Daniel Pudil and Jack Hunt.— Tom Taylor-Batty (@TomTB1995) April 16, 2016
Joao was good today. Caused problems all day. Fouled for 80 odd minutes. Good reaction to bristol. 4 to go! #swfc— James Steel (@jimimanovsteel) April 16, 2016
Also praise for Joao, never easy against a well organised Ipswich defence. Can't believe the idiots having a pop at him. Stay at home. #SWFC— Josh Bradshaw (@Jaybe07) April 16, 2016
#swfc Lots Of criticism of Joao yesterday. I thought he played well and offers a lot more than Nuhui for example.— SWFC_LiveNews (@SWFC_Livenews) April 17, 2016
What did you think of Joao's performance against Ipswich?