Tottenham Hotspur slipped out of the Carabao Cup last night as a West Ham fightback dumped them out at Wembley.
Spurs were winning 2-0, scoring two first half goals, before three goals in 15 minutes turned the game on it's head.
West Ham won 3-2, clinching a quarter-finals place, and giving under pressure manager Slaven Bilic a lifeline.
Tottenham had rested top scorer Harry Kane and started new signing Fernando Llorente in his place. The difference was clear.
Llorente did not threaten the West Ham goal, and was substituted with 20 minutes to go.
The service into Llorente was not great, but the Spaniard's performance was one Tottenham fans have become very used to in recent seasons, from previous flops Roberto Soldado and Vincent Janssen.
Spurs fans are concerned, with one even comparing him to the woeful Grzegorz Rasiak.
The only way is up for Llorente from here, but it may be a while before he is trusted to lead the line up front on his own again.
Here is a look at how Tottenham supporters reacted on Twitter to his performance...
Never want to see Llorente in a spurs shirt again. Worse than Janssen.— George (@1882George) October 25, 2017
Take off Llorente , start crossing the ball.... #coys— James Beckley (@mrjimbecks) October 25, 2017
Llorente is useless literally gets praise on this for keeping the ball the bare minimum— joe mcdonald (@mcspurs99) October 25, 2017
Llorente has been poor— tom (@tomwdzns) October 25, 2017
Llorente is awful— Mikey M (@MillerMiller78) October 25, 2017
Far too complacent. Really poor stuff from Spurs. Too cocky. Llorente too slow up front for me.— Matt Jarvis (@asevercoys) October 25, 2017
Llorente has done a great impression of a Soldado or Janssen tonight #TOTWHU— imehegerty (@imehegerty) October 25, 2017
Llorente off?!?!— LEE PRIV (@LeePriv90) October 25, 2017
Who else will stand there and do very little?
Well barring the 3 times he's laid the ball off.
Llorente off. Thank god— Shannon♡ (@Shannon20Spurs) October 25, 2017
Llorente reminds me of Rasiak— Ryan Morgan (@HotdogsHorses) October 25, 2017