Nottingham Forest fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Jack Butland for Stoke City.
Butland featured for Stoke in their Championship match against Forest away from home at the City Ground on Saturday afternoon.
The 25-year-old goalkeeper was superb for the Potters and made a number of saves throughout the 90 minutes.
The former Birmingham City custodian denied Forest striker Lewis Grabban twice late on.
Forest fans were impressed with the performance of the England international goalkeeper, who has been on the books of Stoke since January 2013 when he joined from Birmingham for a transfer fee reported by The Telegraph to be worth £4 million, and have praised him on Twitter.
Below are some of the best comments:
Solid all round performance, fans were fantastic again, unlucky not to get 3 points. Butland should not be in this league. We're so hard to beat, keep playing like this we will win alot of games #NFFC #COYR— Logan_NFFC (@LeesLogan) November 10, 2018
0-0 a fair result today. Both teams were solid and didn’t commit going forward. Fair play to Butland for that save. Darikwa outstanding. Onwards #NFFC— Lewis Davison (@LewisDavison_) November 10, 2018
That save Butland pulled off from Lolley's chance was superb #nffc— Adam Webster (@AdamWebster12) November 10, 2018
#nffc A really good point against a strong Stoke team our back four our stand out performers if it wasn't for butland would of won. Anyone complaining give your head a wobble— for ever red (@iantoadinhole) November 10, 2018
Thought that was a fair result tbh. We could easily have lost it as we could have won it if it wasn't for Butland! #nffc— Ian (@red_ends) November 10, 2018
Decent game that, especially 2nd half. Could have won it could have lost it, draw a fair result. Jack Butland tho #nffc— Gaz Brown (@Gaz23Brown) November 10, 2018
Could’ve been the 3 points but Butland was superb for them doing exactly what he needed to when asked the question - it’s another point on the tally - we keep going #nffc— Korksteroo (@korksteroo) November 10, 2018
Over the course of the 90 minutes at the City Ground on Saturday afternoon, hosts Forest has 55% of the possession, took 12 shots of which four were on target, and earned four corners, according to BBC Sport.
Visitors Stoke had 45% of the possession, took eight shots of which two were on target, and earned four corners, according to BBC Sport.