Leeds United fans have swarmed to Twitter to share their criticisms for striker Patrick Bamford.
This comes after the centre-forward put in a disappointing display during Leeds’ 1-1 draw against Luton Town at Elland Road in their midweek fixture.
After the match had ended, many Leeds fans felt the need to share their thoughts on Bamford and his latest performance for the club.
Here’s a sample of Leeds fans slating Bamford:
Genuinely starting to think Bamford is working for the EFL to keep us in the championship
— Jay (@greavesy_12) June 30, 2020
Bamford’s performance in the draw earned him a match rating of 6.38/10, making him Leeds’ ninth-highest-rated player out of the 15 that made an appearance in the match for Bielsa’s side (per WhoScored)
Promoted or not, Bamford has to go. Worst striker to ever pull on the shirt. Pathetic
— jb (@lufc_jb) June 30, 2020
Shortly into the second half of the match, Leeds fell behind after Luton’s Harry Cornick gave the visitors the lead. However, Leeds full-back Stuart Dallas managed to score the equaliser just 13 minutes later (per BBC Sport).
During the match, Bamford missed a great goalscoring chance for Leeds after he failed to connect with a deep cross from Jack Harrison right in front of the Luton goal.
If Patrick Bamford continues to play for this football club until the end of the season we are giving every other team a chance. He is absolutely garbage #lufc
— Ed Foster (@EJJFoster) June 30, 2020
Would you drop Patrick Bamford for Leeds' next match?
Bamford is Wack. Can not wait for him to leave. Time and time again
— Zee (@ZSJaved123) June 30, 2020
How can you possibly *still* rate Bamford.
— Joe Moss?? (@joemossss) June 30, 2020
Now that the match has ended with both teams sharing a point, this quickly led to a lot of Leeds fans going on to Twitter to share their negative thoughts and opinions on Bamford and his latest performance for the promotion-chasing side.
Literally should be promoted by now ? Bamford is a liability ????? #lufc
— Liam Cobain Crawshaw ?? (@Crabola) June 30, 2020
Looking at these tweets from this group of Leeds fans, it seems as though they are running out of patience with the striker, with some even suggesting that the club should be looking to get rid of him in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The hope for these Leeds fans now would be that Bamford can improve the quality of his game for their next Championship match against Blackburn Rovers.