Wolverhampton Wanderers had to settle for a point as they drew 4-4 with Fulham at Molineux.
Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment after Dominic Iorfa put in another under-par display during the club's dramatic draw with Fulham at Molineux.
Paul Lambert's men initially took the lead on Saturday as Kortney Hause found the back of the net from a Helder Costa corner.
Wolves' Dominic Iorfa
However, it was the Cottagers that looked set to take home the three points as they replied with three goals before half-time.
But the second-half saw the game take another twist as Wolves responded with three goals of their own to move into stoppage-time 4-3 ahead and on the verge of their second win since Lambert's appointment.
However, it was not to be as the away side equalised from close range in the 93rd minute to leave Wolves 19th in the Championship and just two points off the bottom three.
Wolverhampton Wanderers' Dominic Iorfa in action
One of the reasons for their struggles this term has arguably been the form of Iorfa. At times this season, the 21-year-old has shown exactly why he has recently been linked with a Premier League switch during the January transfer window - the Mirror reported in November that West Ham were keen on a £5m move - but on other occasions, including the game against Fulham, he has looked much less impressive.
His general performance this weekend seemingly fell below the standards he often sets, and his role in the opponents' second goal was highlighted by some supporters who took to social media, as a reason why Lambert may want to consider resting the defender at some stage.
@LupisCanis I agree,Iorfa is a good player but just needs a rest imo— Sean Sweeney (@Sweeneybull1) 11 December 2016
@tim_spiers_Star Iorfa was awful. Did you notice how he didn't close down the winger on a couple of occasions until the south bank yelled?— Brian Keen (@thebriankeen) 11 December 2016
@palms181 Iorfa & Hause think they are better than they are & always give opposition chances causing problems for the other 2 defenders imo— Gerry O'Hara (@gohara10) 11 December 2016
@BilstonBabby Silvio/Jackson surely must be questioning why they cannot get in the 11 when they watch Iorfa control the ball 10 foot away!— Woots (@Woots74) 10 December 2016
What's going on with Iorfa then? Didn't know whether to mark, close down etc. a peculiar performance with lots of hesitancy. ☹️— Justin Leadbetter (@BilstonBabby) 10 December 2016
— Ian Powell (@powell_ian) 10 December 2016
Negatives - Batth, Hause & Iorfa woeful at back. We may have fought back, but Coady/DE should never be #wwfc mid. Long term, no creativity.— Paddy Day (@paddyday90) 10 December 2016
Iorfa looks shot to pieces. Desperately needs pulling out of the team for a while— Lee O'Connor (@LEE__83_) 10 December 2016