Aston Villa fans on Twitter want manager Dean Smith to include Andre Green in the starting lineup against West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday evening.
Green featured for Villa in the first leg of their Championship playoff semi-final tie against West Brom at Villa Park on Saturday afternoon.
The 20-year-old winger did not start the game, but the youngster came on as a substitute midway through the second half.
The England Under-20 international took one shot and had a pass accuracy of 100%, according to WhoScored.
Dwight Gayle, on loan from Premier League club Newcastle United, put the Baggies in the lead at Villa Park after just 16 minutes.
Conor Hourihane scored a wonder-goal in the 75th minute, and just four minutes later, Tammy Abraham, on loan at the Villans from Chelsea, made it 2-1 from the penalty spot.
West Brom ended the game with 10 men due to the dismissal of Gayle in the 88th minute.
The second leg of the playoff semi-final tie is at The Hawthorns on Tuesday evening, and Villa fans on Twitter want manager Smith to include Green in the team.
Below are some of the best comments:
Need to be in the starting line up; you & Connor we’re the difference today— LouiseJP (@LouPLou74) May 11, 2019
making impacts— Leif (@leifAVFC) May 11, 2019
Hope you start Tuesday you were awesome— jenson kirwan (@KirwanJenson) May 11, 2019
Hope you start lad, you added that spark on the wing and in the box that we needed— GV1827 (@GV18271) May 12, 2019
Keep working hard ,your time will come Urv— Lee Butler (@leebavfc) May 11, 2019
Well played Andre! Goal from you Tuesday would be class!— Sue Jeffries (@SusieJ7567) May 11, 2019
Another good sub appearance, getting better with every game #AVFC— Theresa May's a Liar (@r1chuk) May 11, 2019
Although I thought we played ok yesterday, it was the subs Green and Conor coming on that changed the game. Albion played right into our hands playing negatively 2nd half when Gayle had given us the runaround 1st half. He’s gonna be a big miss for them on Tuesday. UTV— Nigel AVFC (@nigel_avfc) May 12, 2019
For Tuesday the only change I'd probably make is Green for Adomah. Despite the mistake I would keep Whelan as I feel Hourihane would still be a good option off the bench as yesterday showed and Whelan is a solid player #avfc— (@AVFCBedders) May 12, 2019
#AVFC I’d like Deano to give Green more game time - it’s in there somewhere, I’m sure. Albert, I’m afraid, is in my pending tray labelled ‘flatters to deceive’.— (@tweetingolfer) May 12, 2019
Think I’d make 3 changes for Tuesday. Hause, Conor and Green in for Taylor, Whelan and Albert. #avfc— David Summers (@davidsummers64) May 12, 2019
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