Leeds lost yet another game under Paul heckingbottom on Tuesday night, away at Preston where the score ended 3-1.
It wasn’t without its controversy though, after Leeds took the lead through Kemar Roofe in the 13th minute.
Preston equalised through a Paul Gallagher penalty before Sean Maguire put Preston in the lead shortly afterwards.
Heckingbottom railed against Maguire’s goal after the game, claiming the game should have been stopped as Pontus Jansson was down with a head injury.
However, Preston’s manager Alex Neil saw nothing wrong with it and thought Jansson was making the most of things, claiming no one touched him.
And if Jansson was expecting any sympathy from his fans he was in for a nasty surprise, with many of them taking to Twitter to criticise the enforcer, who they think tends to make the most of injuries when the going gets tough.
Here are the best reactions to Jansson’s display last night:
Get rid of jansson when ever we need him he bottles it
— Damian Staniforth (@Damo_1983) April 10, 2018
— Adie Turford (@AdieTurford) April 10, 2018
Jansson, heart of a pea when the going gets tough … not a man for the trenches is he…
— richard hughes (@yorkshireyozza) April 10, 2018
Jansson different player without Bartley ,probably gone to sulk
— Ian Johnson (@IanJohn91612585) April 10, 2018
Another Jansson injury when we're losing…
— Dan Atkinson (@FootballPeters) April 10, 2018
Is he injured or pissed off?
— Andrew Burke (@andrewMOT) April 10, 2018
Bottle job. If we win he’ll be sprinting down that pitch to clap at fans. He’s ace at clapping.
— Ryan Delaney (@lufcryandelaney) April 10, 2018
Typical faked injury from janson when he don't fancy it get rid
— Stephen Maher (@stevemaher34) April 10, 2018
He is a disgusting excuse for a centre half. Knew he shouldn't have gone down and cost us a goal so makes out he has to go off. Beradi has had stick all week but I'd rather have him in our team any time over Jansson.
— Tony Quick (@Ellandback1919) April 10, 2018