Everton fans are not impressed at the feats of two players they let go.
England's Eric Dier celebrates after scoring their first goal
Euro 2016 began on Friday and one man who may be watching on with his hands covering his eyes is David Moyes.
That is because two players he had at Everton and decided not to keep or sign permanently have played starring roles.
England goalscorer Eric Dier, now a star with Tottenham Hotspur, was on loan at Everton as a teenager in 2011.
He was not given a first team chance and Everton manager at the time David Moyes did not push to sign him on a permanent basis.
Now given that he is a senior England international at 22, it looks very clearly like a bad move. And it is not the only one.
Germany's Shkodran Mustafi celebrates after scoring their first goal
Germany's opening goalscorer against Ukraine was Shkodran Mustafi, the same player who Everton decided to release in 2012.
The Toffees had snapped him up as a teenager in 2009 from Hamburg's academy, but after only one substitute appearance in the Europa League, he was allowed to leave.
Now considered a starter at international level with Germany, and producing the goods on the big stage, the decision looks like lunacy.
An Everton defence of Mustafi partnered with John Stones, protected by Eric Dier in defensive midfield would be a drastic improvement on their current options, and the pair would cost multi-millions to buy back, if they were even available.
Here is a look at the reaction after Mustafi netted for Germany last night... and it does not reflect well on Moyes...
Moyes and his great eye for youth talent - as big a myth as Martinez #efc— Alex Harrington (@aharry79) June 12, 2016
Two Moyes defensive cast-offs score in two days. Mustafi and Dier. Per Kroldrup is next. #EFC— Mark English (@rulitos14) June 12, 2016