Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Leo Bonatini against Burnley.
Bonatini featured for Wolves in their Premier League game against Burnley at the Molineux Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The 24-year-old forward did not start the match, but Brazilian came on as a substitute in the 76th minute.
Wolves fans were not impressed with the performance of Bonatini and have criticised the forward on Twitter.
Below are some of the best comments:
Bonatini needs a long hard look at himself after missing some of those chances #wwfc— Phil Brown (@phil_brown4) September 16, 2018
You have to have Gold tinted glasses on to think Bonatini is good enough for this level. Will do OK as a bit part player but won't be here next season.— Sam (@SamW160) September 16, 2018
That’s the most comprehensive 1-0 win you’ll ever see. We was unbelievable today at everything apart from putting the ball in the net. I mean Leo Bonatini is doing the same stuff he was doing last year. Always look for the cutback before always missing. He’s useless— mike (@m_wwfc) September 16, 2018
Bonatini is a Caraboa cup striker at best would rather have Benny in the team #wwfc— JS (@_JSaunders01) September 16, 2018
When does Bonatini's coupon run out by the way? He's that bad I feel for him.— Levi Jordan (@Levi_WWFC) September 16, 2018
Quality performance and I don’t like to moan but 30 shots and just the 1 goal is awful. From Jota, Doc and Raul missing to Bonatini’s pathetic display... needs work. #wwfc— Billy (@FMSTightWadBill) September 16, 2018
Brutal but true many will disagree but we won't play many like this and get away with not finishing chances. This league is demanding.— Garth (@Garthmundo77) September 16, 2018
Deserved win today! dont even @ me about Bonatini... Not good enough. #WWFC— Harry (@Harry_Mansell) September 16, 2018
Great result. But bonatini? Jesus Christ the guy doesn't make it any easier for himself #wwfc— AnotherReject (@dan_jeavons) September 16, 2018
Bonatini scored 12 goals and provided five assists in 29 Championship starts for Wolves during the 2017-18 campaign, according to WhoScored.
The Brazilian forward spent last season on loan at the Wanderers from Al-Hilal and made the move permanent in the summer transfer window for a fee reported by The Express & Star to be worth £5 million.
Over the course of the 90 minutes at the Molineux Stadium on Sunday afternoon, hosts Wolves had 59% of the possession, took 30 shots of which seven were on target, and earned eight corners, according to BBC Sport.