Many West Ham fans are pointing the finger at keeper Roberto Jimenez for the dropped points on Saturday.

The 33-year-old managed to make two saves, however, he only had a 37% pass success rate out of the 27 he tried – as per WhoScored.

The Spaniard’s aerial ability was also lacking in the match against Sheffield United, as he failed to win a single aerial duel and also never managed to claim the ball.

The headline for the article posted by the Hammers is, ‘Roberto: It was a game we should have won’. That statement probably didn’t do him any favours in the comments, considering most of the fans are blaming him.

Roberto has played 326 minutes this season, however, the keepers average rating is pretty poor, at just 6.59/10 – as per WhoScored.

One player is never 100% to blame for a loss, but mistakes from goalkeepers are usually game costing. Luckily, the Irons managed to walk away with a point, although many will feel that it’s two less than it should have been.

A selection of Twitter reaction to the post can be seen below: