Hadi Sacko made a brief cameo off the bench in the league defeat to Derby on Tuesday night – and Leeds United fans ripped into him on Twitter for his performance.
The 23-year-old winger made a negative impact as a substitute as the Whites suffered a 2-1 home loss against Derby.
Thomas Christiansen’s side have now lost five of their last six games in the Championship and have slipped to sixth in the table.
The Yorkshire giants took the lead after just seven minutes through striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga, who scored his fifth goal for the club.
However, Derby striker Sam Winnall scored twice in the second-half to hand his side three away points.
Winnall’s second goal came from the penalty spot and that was awarded after substitute Sacko fouled Tom Lawrence, but there was debate about whether the challenge was made in the box.
Leeds fans on social media saw enough from Sacko to destroy him for his efforts and they simply don’t feel he is good enough to play at Elland Road.
This Is Futbol has rounded up some of the best tweets:
Hadi Sacko is truly terrible at Football #lufc
— Tom Childs (@TomChilds1) October 31, 2017
Sacko runs three steps n stops… afraid of throwing himself forward what’s he been told to do or not to do is really odd #lufc
— dude (@LYNSKEYDUDE) October 31, 2017
Always wanted Sacko to create more goals…. #lufc
— Rob (@darlobobby) October 31, 2017
If the answer is Sacko I don’t even want to know what the question is #lufc
— Colm (@colm_brown1985) October 31, 2017
LUFC what is going on??? Please figure it out. Sacko's blown his chance to get back in the first team.
— Alexander Burton (@AlexBurton44) October 31, 2017
Outside the box or not sacko did not need to make the tackle. FFS #lufc
— Bremner's LoveChild (@davyred93) October 31, 2017
Forgot….sacko is useless too. Headless chicken doesn’t even come close….
— Tommy (@tommymcneice) October 31, 2017
Id rather player with 10 men than have Hadi Sacko play in a leeds shirt again #lufc
— Kirky (@kirky0110) October 31, 2017
Sacko has struggled to force his way into the Leeds XI this season and his brief role against Derby will not have helped his cause.
The right-winger is renowned for having blistering pace, but there are serious question marks over his end product.
He is yet to start a game in the Championship so far this season and manager Christiansen clearly has his concerns.