Aston Villa supporters on Twitter have blasted Leeds United's Patrick Bamford after they felt that he was once again making a meal of the challenges against him.
During Leeds' goalless draw against Sheffield Wednesday, Bamford appeared to make the most of a challenge from opposition striker Atdhe Nuhiu, which got the Villa fans talking.
Whilst the Leeds man was clipped around the ankles, he appeared to exaggerate and dramatise his fall in the first half, and it was without a doubt spotted by the Villa fans.
Bamford has previous with Aston Villa. He was one of the players involved in that fiery and controversial fixture at Leeds in the Championship last season.
After that infamous goal which was scored by Klich, it sparked an angry reaction from both sets of players and benches, with little scuffles breaking out now and again.
Amongst all that, Bamford claimed to have been hit by Villa winger Anwar El Ghazi, who was sent off for his supposed actions, but replays showed later on that he hardly touched the former Boro player.
Villa supporters think that the Leeds striker, who was substituted at half-time for Eddie Nketiah, is back to his old tricks again.
Here is a selection of Aston Villa fans reacting to Bamford's dramatic antics during Leeds United's stalemate against Wednesday.
Retrospective video needs to be introduced anyone found guilty of simulation banned for a game. It will stop immediately.— Steve Hilliard (@Hackett01) October 26, 2019
That dude should just be banned for life.— Joe Thoma (@joe_thoma_iv) October 26, 2019
What a joke of a player.. should be banned for 10 games— Neil Chaundy MSc (@nchaundy) October 26, 2019
He's on the ball and then.... pic.twitter.com/P3hl8stlLm— Andy F-B AVFC (@bradfadbad69) October 26, 2019
He should get a very length ban. How many times can he behave like this!?— Jgx1 (@Jongu1) October 26, 2019
Once a cheat always a cheat— MsRach ?ﾟﾒﾙ (@Msrach17) October 26, 2019
That’s embarrassing even by his, already very low, standards. Utter pony.— ShatnersBassoon (@resleeved) October 26, 2019
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