Aston Villa fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Jonathan Kodjia against Derby County.
Kodjia featured for Villa in their Championship match against Derby away from home at the Pride Park Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The 29-year-old forward started the match and played for 70 minutes, as Dean Smith’s side won 3-0, thanks to goals from John McGinn, Chelsea-owned striker Tammy Abraham and Conor Hourihane.
The Ivory Coast international took five shots none of which was on target, played three key passes, had a pass accuracy of 76.2%, took 32 touches, and made one tackle, according to WhoScored.
Kodjia had two good chances in the first half and should have scored at least twice in the second period.
Villa fans were not impressed with the performance of Kodjia, who joined the Villas in the summer of 2016 from Bristol City for an initial transfer fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £11 million and when Roberto Di Matteo was in charge of the Villans.
Below are some of the best comments:
#avfc @AVFCOfficial We can't be anything but ecstatic after this result, to get 3 away from home and also a clean sheet says so much about how far we have come already since SB getting the sack... and not to mention that all 3 came after @J_Kodjia came off...— Craig Gregory (@craiggregory83) November 10, 2018
Big John Kodjia couldnt do it, but little John McGinn could for #avfc— SBenno (@Siben7Simon) November 10, 2018
Sounds like Kodjia & Abraham have been criminally wasteful. #avfc— Roger. W (@RogerW42) November 10, 2018
Get Abraham & Kodjia off, useless today the pair of em #avfc— B_R_Y_86 (@B_R_Y_86) November 10, 2018
Jesus enough is enough for Kodjia today. Time for him to come off— AVFC Worldwide (@AVFCWorldwide) November 10, 2018
Kodjia AGAIN ballooning the ball over the bar. Woeful finishing today by him #avfc— マティーと世界(@MattyVsTheWorld) November 10, 2018
Hogan needs to start our next few games, criminal how many chances Abraham and Kodjia waste. #AVFC— Jamie F'N Hand (@JamieHand101) November 10, 2018