Newcastle United fans are furious with goalkeeper Karl Darlow for his mistake during the first half of the Premier League game with Everton at St James’ Park.
The 27-year-old made an error that lead to the opening goal for Everton which was scored by Wayne Rooney. It comes after he made a mistake for the opening goal in the defeat against Leicester on Saturday.
Newcastle supporters were furious with the goalkeeper for his mistake and took to social media to express their anger.
Football Insider has rounded up a selection of the best tweets by Magpies fans.
RIP Karl Darlow's run in the first team. Dec 2017-Dec 2017 #NUFC
— Jack Goodrich (@jckgdrch) December 13, 2017
Darlow is really, really not a first choice keeper at this level.
— Molámadré (@Moroc_Mole) December 13, 2017
Jesus Christ darlow
— Chris Brennan (@Chris_brennan91) December 13, 2017
Karl Darlow is garbage.
— Matthew Milton (@LeafySeaDragon_) December 13, 2017
Darlow, Darlow, DARLOW!!!! Utter shambles all round.
— Tommy Strong (@strong_te) December 13, 2017
— Atul Malhotra (@ATU1L) December 13, 2017
Darlow really is dreadful #nufc
— MGA (@MGA1975) December 13, 2017
Darlow is quite horrendous isnt he?!
— Frazer Hallam (@FrazerHallam) December 13, 2017
Darlow…. Shocking ????
— Gary Hardy (@hardy1473) December 13, 2017
Darlow was picked to start ahead of Rob Elliot for the third Premier League game in a row, but endured a difficult first half.
He was Newcastle’s first-choice goalkeeper last season and played a key role in the side who won promotion to the Premier League and clinched the Championship title.
The keeper had only made one start this season, in the 3-2 EFL Cup defeat against his former club Nottingham Forest, but was called into the starting line-up for the 2-2 draw at West Brom last month.
However, things have not gone to plan for the player, who has now conceded 12 goals in four and a half appearances so far this season, including the game against Everton this evening.
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