Everton fans were fuming after they watched their side lose 5-1 to Atalanta in the Europa League, but they saved most of their criticism for Michael Keane.
The Toffees fell behind in the 12th minute and managed to keep the score 1-0 until half-time, but they fell apart after the break.
The Serie A club made it 2-0 in the 63rd minute and Everton fans were able to cheer what they thought was the start of a comeback, when Sandro Ramirez scored in the 71st minute.
However, the cheers were then muted as Atalanta scored three goals in the last eight minutes of the game to seal an emphatic win and put the seal on an absolutely disastrous campaign for Everton.
24-year-old Keane came under heavy fire after his performance – although none of the Everton players covered themselves in glory.
The England international has not been at the club long, having joined in the summer from Burnley in a move that could eventually cost the Toffees £30 million.
The defender has been a regular since his move, making 18 appearances across all competitions and scoring one goal so far this season.
Here are some of the best tweets from disgruntled Everton fans after the game:
Playing against Michael Keane must be a striker's dream. Seen milk turn quicker
— Jonny Butler (@ButlerJonny22) November 23, 2017
Genuinely, Michael Keane makes me grateful to have Ashley Williams in the team ????
— Andy H (@Andy_H_EFC) November 23, 2017
Michael Keane. Shambles. How bad has he been lately? #efc
— Mark English (@rulitos14) November 23, 2017
Absolutely certain that Michael Keane is the worst defender I’ve ever seen
— Damo (@Damo_Dee) November 23, 2017
That Atalanta goal wasn’t even bad defending from Michael Keane – that would imply he defended it at all.
— Paul Philbin (@philbinpar) November 23, 2017
Michael Keane – the worst signing by ANY club this summer!
— Phil Turner (@castellmai) November 23, 2017
— Karl Lamb (@thezombielamb) November 23, 2017
The state of Michael Keane there.
— Michael De Asha (@MichaelDeAsha) November 23, 2017
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