Nottingham Forest's Henri Lansbury
Nottingham Forest fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to Henri Lansbury’s performance against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Lansbury featured for Forest in the Championship game against Brighton away from home on Friday evening.
The 25-year-old midfielder started the match at the American Express Community Stadium and played for the entire 90 minutes (see stats below).
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Nottingham Forest's Henri Lansbury in action with Brighton's Tomer Hemed
Forest suffered a 3-0 defeat to Brighton, who are aiming to win promotion to the Premier League.
Anthony Knockeart converted Gaetan Bong's cross to give the Seagulls the lead in the 36th minute.
Glenn Murray doubled the lead for the home team midway through the second half and added the second on 82 minutes.
Over the course of the 90 minutes at the American Express Community Stadium on Friday evening, visitors Forest had 54% of the possession, took 14 shots of which only two were on target, and earned seven corners.
Nottingham Forest's Henri Lansbury looks dejected after missing a chance to score
Forest fans fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to Lansbury’s performance against Brighton on Friday evening.
Below are some of the best comments:
Montanier, bruv, you cannot play Kasami & Lansbury in the same XI without a natural holding midfielder in support. It's elementary. #nffc— Duncan (@_hersheyd) August 13, 2016
People slating Lansbury again. I'd actually accept it, if he was playing in his best position. He's a number 10, play him there #nffc— Ash (@ash_241047) August 13, 2016
Ridiculous lineup by #nffc and big Lars can do one asap along with Lansbury who takes 7 games to deliver a set piece. So overrated— Godfather1981 (@Godfather19811) August 12, 2016
Henri Lansbury needs to be playing in the 10 role behind the striker where he is most effective #nffc— Ashley (@LegendkI1ller) August 12, 2016
#nffc Lansbury getting stick for tonight's performance? He was our best player by a mile!!!— Songs from the Trent (@forest_songs) August 12, 2016
Sad thing is, Osborn's pushed to left back whilst Lansbury is stealing a living in midfield. How is he captain? #NFFC— Oliver Hague (@OliverGHague) August 12, 2016
And seriously if you're just gonna play Lansbury in DM role just sell him and cash in. Pointless #nffc— King Charles (@CharlieAllen__) August 12, 2016
Id love us to get rid of Lansbury. Shocking player stealing a fortune! #nffc— Godfather1981 (@Godfather19811) August 12, 2016
Well that was shocking if we can get 5 mill for Lansbury sell him and Lars just give him away #nffc— Tim paulson (@nffctim) August 12, 2016
Ok. Lansbury offers us very little. Vaughan in. Lars not good enough. Don't play 3 at the back #NFFC— Adam O'Keeffe (@adamokeeffeAMP) August 12, 2016
Nottingham Forest's Henri Lansbury celebrates