Aston Villa fans have taken to Twitter to annihilate Josh Onomah for his performance in the club’s 2-1 defeat to Brentford at Griffin Park on Tuesday night.
Onomah, 20, was brought on in the 18th minute due to an injury to Albert Adomah, but did little to impress fans even though he got himself on the scoresheet.
The Tottenham loanee got the Villains back on level terms with a brilliant header from Scott Hogan’s cross in the 30th minute.
Romaine Sawyers had earlier put Brentford ahead with a neat finish from outside the box but it was Lasse Vibe’s 52nd minute strike that sealed the three points for Dean Smith’s side.
Onomah was involved in Vibe’s winner when he failed to clear a corner before the Danish midfielder picked up the ball and slotted it through Robert Snodgrass’ legs on the line.
Aston Villa fans were really not impressed with the 20-year-old attacker’s performance and took to Twitter to show it.
One disenchanted supporter claimed that his club needed to “get rid” of Onomah after his performance at Griffin Park.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
Still not having onomah either. Looks an academy player to me. #AVFC
— Dan Lewis (@DanLewis3) December 26, 2017
Where is Hourihane?? Onomah poor and Davis massively overrated sadly. 😫 #avfc
— Joe Aston (@Joe_Aston_10) December 26, 2017
Onomah forgot he has legs on that corner. Embarrassing #AVFC
— Tom Wolfe (@Tom12399) December 26, 2017
Leave Onomah in London to walk back to Tottenham. Get Simon Dawkins back off them instead #Useless
— Ben Lawlor (@lawlor_ben) December 26, 2017
Get rid and give o hare a chance.
— shay (@ShayRugeley) December 26, 2017
Apart from his goal….I don’t mind if Onomah goes back to Spurs 🤨
— HomeOfTheVilla (@TheVillaHome) December 26, 2017
Onomah has made 24 appearances across all competitions while on loan at Aston Villa this term, scoring four goals and supplying one assist in the process.
He is very highly rated at Tottenham but does not seem to be reaching his potential at the moment.
In other Aston Villa news, this Villa defender has agreed terms for a switch to the top-flight.