West Ham United's Dimitri Payet and Jonathan Calleri look dejected
Slaven Bilic's side have endured a terrible start to the season losing three of their first four games after squandering a 2-0 lead in a 4-2 defeat to Watford last time out.
Payet stole the show in a swashbuckling first half with his amazing rabona cross which picked out Antonio at the far post for West Ham's second.
Watford's Troy Deeney celebrates scoring their second goal with Odion Ighalo
Walter Mazzarri's side turned the game on its head, though, and afterwards Watford skipper Troy Deeney said West Ham's showboating inspired the comeback.
That did not sit well with Dave Sullivan, the son of Hammers co-owner David, who took to Twitter with an abrupt post summing up his feelings as he simply responded to the article with a question mark.
A younger Dave Sullivan (left) watches from the stands with brother Jack and dad David
Sullivan's tweet perfectly sums up how Hammers supporters are feeling about the criticism over Payet's skill.
In actual fact Deeney's post match comments, in which he claimed he felt West Ham were "mugging us off a bit" were aimed more likely at an attempted rabona shot from Manuel Lanzini and over elaborate celebration by Antonio.
Indeed anyone who actually watched Deeney's interview will have seen the striker say he applauded Payet's skill - which let's not forget created a goal.
It is exactly the sort of skill fans want to see when they go to be entertained at the football and should in no way be discouraged.
West Ham fans
Had West Ham held on to win all the talk would have been about Payet's brilliance but instead it has been used as a rod with which to beat the mercurial France star and his struggling side.
With ill-feeling brewing between the club and fans on the terraces of the Hammers' new 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium Bilic and his side are already under pressure.
The East Londoners have looked a shadow of the side which missed out on the Champions League places by just four points last season.
But one thing supporters won't want to see is their players now scared to try anything different or to take anyone on.