By Harvey Byrne
Nottingham Forest supporters took to Twitter to criticise their team’s defence after squandering a 2-1 lead against Rotherham on Wednesday.
The Yorkshire side took the lead after winger Jon Taylor scored with 30 minutes on the clock before goals from Matthew Mills and Apostolos Vellios put Forest in front.
However, a late 87th minute goal from Taylor ensured a share of the spoils at the New York Stadium.
This is the second consecutive match Forest have drew 2-2 and fans took to Twitter to point the blame at their defence.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Another point on the road.. although it feels like a loss. Need to sort the defence out ! #nffc
— George Barke (@barkey87) September 14, 2016
Forest had 22 shots tonight, scored 15 goals to Derby,s 1 this season. Steady defence and could be okay. #nffc
— Damon Osborn (@Bomberozzy) September 14, 2016
The defence is gonna be the end of us..need to fix up before Saturday #nffc
— Cameron Clark (@Camclarky) September 14, 2016
We have got to make sorting out our defence top priority, it's ruining our results the amount we're conceding. Hard game Saturday #nffc
— дDдм (@AdsLife84) September 14, 2016
Need to sort this defence out we are throwing away massive points. And it will start to cost us. Need to stop leaking goals ffs #nffc
— Lewis Morris (@lewis_nffc) September 14, 2016
A draw isn't the end of the world but it's better then nowt! Our defence is so fragile it's costing us big time! #nffc
— Geoff Cameraman (@n55ffc) September 14, 2016
Can't moan at entertainment value but we need to sort out our defence #nffc
— Jack (@jack_ryan17) September 14, 2016
Philippe Montanier’s side have conceded 15 games in their opening seven matches of the new campaign.
However, they have also scored 15 goals in an exciting start under the French boss.
They have won three matches, drawn two and lost two, leaving them in 10 place in the Championship table.
Forest face recently relegated Norwich next on Saturday, who are positioned in 4th place and looking to return to England’s top flight at the first time of asking.
The Canaries also have a proficient attack with Cameron Jerome leading the line.
In other Nottingham Forest team news, Matthew Cash delivered a message on Twitter expressing his disappointment after it was confirmed that he had fractured a bone in his knee.