'Does not want to know' – Wolves fans tear into one player after display v Hull
Wolves fans laid into Romain Saiss after a rare off day in the Championship match against Hull.
The game finished 2-2 after Oskar Buur salvaged a point late on but fans thought that Saiss looked off the pace and shattered.
He put in an incredible shift in the game on Good Friday, when Wolves won despite being down to nine men, and seemingly paid the price on Tuesday night.
Wolves took the lead at Molineux with a Diogo Jota penalty in the 18th minute but conceded a penalty of their own which was converted by David Meyler in the 37th minute.
A Ryan Bennett own goal in the 78th minute looked like delivering a rare home defeat, but Wolves dug in and got another valuable point in the battle for promotion.
The draw leaves them four points ahead of Cardiff in the hunt for the Championship trophy but, more importantly, 11 points head of Fulham in the race for the second automatic promotion spot.
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Here are the best reactions from Wolves fans to the display from Saiss after the 2-2 draw:
Can’t believe how badly we actually played last night, team looked lost and disinterested, Saiss looked knackered…hopefully a good kick up the arse before Friday. Pressure is really on now #wwfc
— Ronnie (@RonnieH95) April 4, 2018
What a choice for front 3. I’d personally go jota afobe and cav and maybe Alf in for saiss. He will be more suited for a kicking ????
— Neil Gubbins (@ngubbins11) April 4, 2018
Definitely not a moan mate! Just think his performances warrant a chance, Saiss has been brilliant but looked tired last night and wasn't up to usual standard, MGW bought energy with him
— Billy (@FMSTightWadBill) April 4, 2018
Gibbo and Ruben in Midfield Friday? Alfred and Saiss look shattered.
— Tom Wooding (@TomWooding7) April 3, 2018
I would take a point after tonight’s performance Saiss really does not want to know when neves is not playing. But with him and Matt back for Friday genuinely feeling confident that we can beat Cardiff
— Jack Dimmock (@DimmockJack) April 3, 2018
Jee Saiss Christ we gave them a goal
— Mountain ???????? (@1969hedgehog) April 3, 2018
Gibbs White is good enough to get into championship first 11 apart from ours. He will go on to play at the very top I am convinced of it. Mentally he is a level above Saiss and N'Diaye. And technically he is brilliant.
— Oli Dutton (@Oli_Dutton10) April 4, 2018