Celtic had their second pre-season friendly of the summer on Saturday.
Celtic fans don't seem entirely convinced that Craig Gordon is the right man to be Brendan Rodgers's first-choice goalkeeper next season.
Less than a month after a questionable performance for Scotland against England, in which he was arguably culpable for both goals, the 34-year-old was poor again in a pre-season friendly for the Scottish Premiership champions in Austria on Saturday.
Gordon, who was superb for most of last season as the Hoops won a domestic treble without losing a match, fouled Rapid Vienna striker Joelinton on the stroke of half time, before the Brazilian converted the resulting penalty.
Centre-back Dedryck Boyata was partially to blame for allowing the forward a sight at goal with a tame back pass but, being a first-team regular, the former Sunderland man appears to have taken the brunt of the criticism from Celtic supporters on Twitter.
Craig Gordon's inability to make a rational decision terrifies me. He is fast becoming a liability IMO and boyata get a grip! #celticfc— Alba gu bràth (@MDP_Glasgow) July 1, 2017
I know its only a friendly.. but Craig Gordon is a liability. Hope its just preseason cobwebs.— James Weir (@JamesyWeir) July 1, 2017
It's shocking from Boyata as well right enough but pure stupidity from Craig Gordon. Don't understand why he's done that— Paul Band (@Paul_Band1994) July 1, 2017
Is it just me, or has Craig Gordon over the last 18 months, became a nervous wreck and a bomb scare with the ball at his feet— Grant (@GrantColl) July 1, 2017
Craig Gordon is hopeless— Paul Band (@Paul_Band1994) July 1, 2017
Craig Gordon get out of my club— Danny (@Danny67_) July 1, 2017
Why did Craig Gordon foul him there? No need whatsoever— ~ (@OisinCrawford1) July 1, 2017
Craig Gordon— John (@saabbhoy) July 1, 2017
Craig Gordon still in his flip flops a think fs— JOE (@joebhoy1989) July 1, 2017
Moussa Dembele - one of 11 changes made by Rodgers on the 63rd minute - equalised from the penalty spot to make it 1-1, after Jonny Hayes, a £1.3 million signing from Aberdeen, was fouled in the area.