Leeds United fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Steve Morison for Millwall.
Morison featured for Millwall in the Championship game against Leeds away from home at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.
The 34-year-old striker started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as the visiting team won 4-3.
It was one of the best and most thrilling games in the Championship this season in which there was a dismissal.
The former Norwich City man was on the books of Leeds from 2013 until 2015, although he played the 2014-15 season on loan at Millwall.
Morison joined Millwall on a permanent contract in 2015 and has established himself as an important player for the Lions.
Leeds fans were not impressed with Morison on his return to Elland Road, and some also blaming him for his role in the sending-off of defender Liam Cooper in the 37th minute.
It’s so annoying he player was absolutely fine, Millwall made such a big deal and it defo swayed the refs decision. He went for his yellow card then Morison et al kicked off and he changed it to red. Really weak referee yesterday https://t.co/Tpg6tQw9Vm— Paul LUFC (@pistol1603) January 21, 2018
Morison played his role to perfection. Our anger would be better directed toward Lufc players who saw fit not to interrupt his swanning around ER.— Gary Darren (@ravadarren) January 21, 2018
For everyone giving Liam Cooper grief-it was never a red and should be appealed-the referee was pathetic-the player fouled didn’t know which leg to hold while being “treated”and Morison is the one who should have been booked! @EFL @LUFC #mot— Barry Monaghan (@jbarrymon) January 21, 2018
Morison bullied Jansson and Cooper it was embarrassing the whole first half was a disgrace— Samusaizwarrior (@SamusaizWarrior) January 21, 2018
Steve Morison was one of the worst players I've ever seen 'play' for Leeds.— Andy McC™ (@__AndyMac) January 20, 2018
Today he was appearing to be proud of that fact he was a failure, goading the fans with his actions.
He had my respect Lee, until today... zero talent, but maximum effort is how i remembered him... and I see nothing has changed— neil burrows (@neibur66) January 20, 2018
I don't think so kindly of him now though... classless response to your goals