Everton fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Nikola Vlasic against Arsenal this weekend.
Vlasic featured for Everton in the Premier League game against Arsenal at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon.
The 20-year-old attacking midfielder started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as the Gunners won 5-2.
Everton fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Vlasic against Arsenal on Sunday - they were impressed.
On the new signings:— Rhys (@RhysEFC) October 22, 2017
Pickford - brilliant
Vlasic - brilliant
Sig - good
Keane - good
Klaassen - meh
Sandro - needs time
Rooney - dogshite
Love Pickford and Vlasic.— Everton Fans Corner (@EFCFansCorner) October 22, 2017
This is why I don’t get the people who are giving him abuse. Evertonians are weird though. Saw someone say Vlasic isn’t good enough before.— Leah (@Ell__Cee) October 22, 2017
Pickford and Vlasic are the highlights of this season. Says alot when you spend 45 million on the Icelandic Eboue.— Nick (@NickEFC_) October 22, 2017
Agreed. Vlasic was looking good but toward the end made some poor passes and plays. Siggy looks awful. The bench players have to play i.e. Lookman, Niasse, Mirallas and maybe Davies. Davies didn't have a good game.— EFC SC Toffees (@EfcSouth) October 22, 2017
Will get better when Koeman has gone. Your brother has been our best player yet again.— Ste Hardy (@Ste_HardyEFC) October 22, 2017
Only positive - the young players. Although responsible for the 3rd goal, Vlasic has been fantastic. DCL, Kenny and Pickford all played well— Chris Hanlon (@EFCHanny) October 22, 2017
vlasic is clasic— #KoemanOut (@KoemanOutHazo) October 22, 2017
Vlasic is a very young midfielder and joined Everton in the summer transfer window, and the Croatia international played well against Arsenal.
The youngster was arguably the best outfield player for the Toffees, with goalkeeper Jordan Pickford doing his best between the posts.
The defeat to Arsenal means that the Toffees are now in the bottom three of the Premier League table.
The pressure is on manager Ronald Koeman to get things right soon, or a top-six finish in the Premier League this season will become a distant dream.