Aston Villa fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Chelsea-owned striker Tammy Abraham against West Bromwich Albion.
Abraham, who joined Villa on loan from Premier League club Chelsea in the summer transfer window, was in action against West Brom away from home at The Hawthorns in the Championship on Friday evening.
The 21-year-old striker started the game and played for the entire 90 minutes, as it finished in a 2-2 draw.
The youngster has been in good form, but against West Brom, the striker failed to make an impact and had a disappointing game.
Abraham - who earns £50,000 per week as salary, according to Spotrac.com - failed to take the chances he had.
According to WhoScored, the England international striker took five shots, had had a pass accuracy of 68.8%, won three headers, made one tackle and three clearances, and played one key pass.
Villa fans were not impressed with the performance of Abraham and have shared their thoughts on his performance on Twitter.
Below are some of the best comments:
Tammy Abraham was terrible tonight and ultimately that’s what’s cost us. Have to take your chances away from home or you run the risk of officials too scared to give big decision against the home team. Still a solid point away, but feels like a loss so late on @AVFCOfficial #avfc— Villafan8292 (@Villafan8292) December 7, 2018
More evidence that #avfc are moving in the right direction & doing so by playing the right way. Away to a promotion rival & disappointed not to win. Abraham has been leading the line brilliantly, off night for him but kept getting in there. Learn from it, do better next time out.— Lee Inman (@LeeInman4) December 7, 2018
So to conclude. Both teams score a lucky goal each. Although our goal didn't require an awful refereeing decision. The difference in that game is Tammy Abraham's wastefulness. Anwar superb. We looked better with Elmo on the pitch. Overall, happy with a point. Fair result. #AVFC— Matt Genner (@mgmatt1983) December 7, 2018
I know it was a handball, but yet again Nyland should have got to it. Kodija at fault for not tracking back, Abraham missed loads of chances to put us out of reach. Missed a big chance to move up the league. #avfc— nick jackson (@ngjvilla) December 7, 2018
Abraham missing those chances came back to bite us. But the officials..shocking. cost us the game #avfc— IG - Grizzleranger (@MrGrizzleRanger) December 7, 2018