It's probably fair to say that Hugo Lloris endured a difficult evening in Tottenham Hotspur's trip to Crystal Palace tonight.
The World Cup-winning France goalkeeper, who made a mistake in the final against Croatia, has had a pretty disastrous season so far by his own high standards, but his display at Selhurst Park might've exacerbated the issue.
The Tottenham star looked in trouble within only nine minutes of kickoff following an unconvincing attempt to clear a corner, and then flapped at another cross early in the second half.
Spurs survived on both occasions - just about - but many fans of the North London club are growing increasingly concerned by the former Lyon ace.
Here is their reaction to his performance:
Just sick of Lloris honestly. I love him but can’t be bothered with this bs anymore every game he’s making too many mistakes— Á (@ffsanastasiaa) November 10, 2018
If Spurs had a competent sub goalie Lloris would surely be dropped by now? Has to be only a matter of time before Spurs get rid.— Ed (@Gibbe84) November 10, 2018
Hugo Lloris is a flaming bag of doggie doo doo in net— kendrick (@kendrickdavidj_) November 10, 2018
Hmm I think Lloris has realised that our third choice goal keeper is better than him..— charlotte (@chxrlottereece) November 10, 2018
Gazzaniga > Lloris— Christian Gurdin (@GurdinChristian) November 10, 2018
Lloris having a mare of a second half— AZiMAGES (@360fisheye) November 10, 2018
What does Lloris have to do to get dropped?— Carl (@CarlTHFC) November 10, 2018
It's actually hilarious, stop bantering us off Poch ffs.
This has to be the worst Lloris has played. Looks so nervous and scared of the ball— Robbie Prouse (@RobbieProuse) November 10, 2018
Lloris is done. Needs to be sold asap— AB (@_manlikeash) November 10, 2018
It must be noted that the Frenchman pulled off some fine saves late on to preserve the 1-0 victory, but you also wonder if Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino might bring in Paulo Gazzaniga for the visit of Chelsea after the international break.
As good as Lloris was toward the end, it doesn't cancel out his earlier errors and that's a big, big concern going forward.
Gazzaniga, who started on the bench tonight, has been immense when Pochettino has called on him in recent weeks and it seems only a matter of time before the Argentine keeper is given the nod over Lloris in a Premier League game.