By Harvey Byrne
Rob Green started in goal for Leeds against former club Norwich – and fans on Twitter were left disappointed by his display.
The 36-year-old veteran has established himself as the club’s number one goalkeeper for Garry Monk ahead of Marco Silvestri.
He was unable to keep a clean sheet for his side at Carrow Road, with Leeds playing out a 3-2 victory with goals from Chris Wood, Pontus Jansson and Ronaldo Vieira cancelling out Robbie Brady and Kyle Lafferty strikes.
Fans were left unimpressed with the former England international’s performance on social media, with many people laying the blame of the goal at his feet.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Green seemed to have flapped at the ball for their goal. Not a bad footballing performance from the boys. We've got this #lufc
— Chaz Cole (@chaz_coleman) November 5, 2016
People asking for Silvestri in for Green, please shut up..you all wanted rid of Silvestri last season! Probably not even seen the goal #lufc
— Matthew Denton-Hitch (@Denton91) November 5, 2016
I would get rid of Green in January. He is a poor keeper now. #lufc
— George Bell (@gbell93) November 5, 2016
Is it green not dealing with corners again ? ? #lufc
— LUFC IN LA (@leedsfannla) November 5, 2016
Rob Green is a liability. Don't care if he's a good shot stopper or not, just an English version of Silvestri.
— James (@JamesLUFC) November 5, 2016
Although, one fan went against the rest and claimed the experienced shot stopper was a steady pair of hands:
Rob Green proving to be quite a shrew acquisition for #lufc very steady pair of hands. Crucial first team player.
— Sam Patton (@sampatton89) November 5, 2016
Green made the switch to Elland Road in the summer after his contract at former club QPR expired.
He has made 17 appearances for the club this season conceding 18 goals and keeping just five clean sheets.
Leeds had been in good form this season and now sit in sixth place in the Championship table.
However, Bristol City, who face Brighton in the evening kick off can leapfrog them with a victory.
In other Leeds news, fans reacted on Twitter to Souleymane Doukara’s inclusion against Norwich