Nottingham Forest fans witnessed a drab 0-0 at Carrow Road on Wednesday night and took out most of their frustrations on striker Ben Brereton.
The 18-year-old striker had a poor game but fans were more concerned about his diving, with one saying that he must have been taking lessons from Dele Alli.
The point keeps the two teams locked towards the wrong end of the table in 14th and 15th place, with Norwich still four points ahead of Forest.
Forest are 14 points clear of the relegation zone so there’s no worries about being dragged into a battle for survival.
However, it does mean they’ve got nothing to play for for the rest of the season.
Brereton hasn’t helped – he’s only scored four goals in 29 appearances this season and he wasted a lot of chances tonight.
He was also booked in the 81st minute but, surprisingly, not for diving.
Here are the best reactions from frustrated Nottingham Forest fans to Brereton’s display tonight:
#nffc How long before Ben Brereton's tactic of running into the box and falling over gets him sent off or laughed off the pitch ?
— Neal Shepperson (@NealShepperson) March 6, 2018
Yer da opens up twitter and puts on the #NFFC timeline some next level analysis on Ben Brereton diving
— Sabri Lamouchi FC (@harveyyears) March 6, 2018
Seems that Brereton has been taking diving techniques from Dele Alli. #NFFC
— Luke (@NFFC_Luke_W) March 6, 2018
That wasn't a penalty…. Jus another Brereton dive because he had nothing on! – I jus wished he'd stay on his bloody feet! 😡#nffc 🔴⚪🔴⚪
— Simon Holbrook (@SBH1978) March 6, 2018
Brereton is so frustrating. Takes every opportunity to fall on the floor then moans when he gets nothing. #nffc
— Gareth Roberts (@RedDogRoberts) March 6, 2018
Watching on the internet, that’s 5 dives by brereton so far. Needs to pack this game up #nffc
— Justin Heaton (@JustinHeaton72) March 6, 2018
— daniel gill (@DanieGillyd) March 6, 2018
How the hell can you pick out Ozzie? Done nothing wrong we are getting battered all over. Brereton shocking.
— Higher Self (@WeAreHigherSelf) March 6, 2018
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