Tottenham Hotspur's Luke Amos appeared to struggle for his loan club on Saturday.
Queens Park Rangers signed the versatile 22-year-old on a season-long loan at the beginning of July and he kicked off his career in West London with a bang last week.
The Loftus Road faithful were singing his praises on Twitter after the Tottenham academy starlet helped them to a 2-1 win over Stoke City eight days ago.
But Mark Warburton's side could only muster a 1-1 draw with Huddersfield Town in the capital on Saturday afternoon, and there was mostly negative feedback for the Spurs ace on this occasion.
It was an unspectacular display from the youngster, substituted by Warburton in the second half, and here's how QPR fans reacted to his performance.
Silly pen (It was a pen) and tried too hard 1st half. Different animal 2nd half, Scowen was poor today as was Amos IMO.— Aitor (@LondonR) August 10, 2019
3pts were almost there.
@MarkWarburton9 I was there at Stoke, I was there today against Hudds, Amos was our WORST player both games. Please tell me what he offers!!!— N i K ✂️ (@NikTheBarber_) August 10, 2019
I’ll take that. Solid start to the season. Thought Amos was poor though, Kane looked decent when he came on ⚪️ #QPR— David (@Swanny1882) August 10, 2019
Also though Cameron was superb today and Kane looked very good when he came on. Not sure about Amos, time will tell need to play Chair more and ahead of Scowen especially at home.#QPR— Darren Truswell (@DarrenTruswell) August 10, 2019
Amos will be class but I thought at times just a yard off the pace. That will come with more game time. Eze played well. BOS - if he could cross and/or finish he’d be quite the player. Going in the right direction. Warburton talking to him a lot during the game.— Queens Park Rambler (@ParkRambler) August 10, 2019
All of this is healthy for Amos. He'll learn nothing about himself as a footballer if he breezes through Championship games every single week.
It's the difficult days in the second tier which are the character-building ones and hopefully by the time he returns to Tottenham, he is a much stronger player in every sense.
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