Birmingham City were forced to settle for a point at Huddersfield Town – but Blues fans hit out at the performance from Lee Bowyer’s side.
The result meant Blues stopped a run of three successive defeats in what was a hard-earned draw against the in-form Terriers.
City did have a lucky escape when Frazier Campbell came off the bench to hit the post twice but Blues held on to claim a draw.
But fans were not overly happy with what they witnessed as they took to social media to air their views.
Here’s what they had to say on Twitter.
LeeW1875: “Unacceptable, did I expect a win? No… I do expect however a level or performance. I’m seeing nothing from them that tells me it’s going to change either. The point away stops the rot but it covers up a lot of cracks too.”
Rob Wildey: “That was as bad as anything served up by Karanka, Cotterill or Zola.”
Jamie Wall: “Really starting to struggle to understand what the game plans are. We’ve got the 2 most immobile strikers in the league and surround them with no pace and don’t cross the ball in to them. Overload the middle of the pitch with players who can’t pass the ball and play wingers af WB.”
Jacko: “Take the point but that was a poor show, think LB needs to go back to the tactics board cus we carry very little threat at the minute surprised Hogan didn’t get on, McGree was lively that was about it, clean sheet only positive.”
Anthony Charman: “Would have taken a point before match, but that’s five hours and 40 mins without scoring, six games, shocking.”
Liam Palmer: “Not good enough. Fortune not to lose that game in the end. Gotta question bowyer making only one sub with plenty of options on the bench is questionable.”
Lee Parcell: “Gotta say less than average. Why can’t we pass it right? Half a dozen times a poor pass resulted in slowing the tempo down. Whats with the hoof to no one? Seriously lacking quality.”
Ste: “I thought I’d be happy with a draw, but actually I’m not. We’ve he’d a run of poor performances and it’s not getting any better. To not score in 6 games is woeful, relegation contenders if things don’t change quick.”
Geoff Birchenall: “The only very slight positive from that garbage was McGree. Begs the question as to why he never plays, though. A performance that delivers more questions than answers, as per usual.”