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 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 on yesterday’s draw:
— West Ham United (@WestHam) October 27, 2019
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:
Stop letting goals in then
— steve1974 CBE (@keisser1974) October 27, 2019
Is this a wind up? This bloke has ZERO reactions and don’t have any idea about basic positioning
— CTB (@Teariki_05) October 27, 2019
— James Robertson (@JARobertson92) October 27, 2019
If only he wasn’t playing
— COYI (@COYI_COYI_COYI) October 27, 2019
If you had better positioning and could dive properly we would have won
— Jacob Green (@Jacobhgreen55) October 28, 2019
You you could have saved that shot they scored of the year for me
— kevthehammersuddell (@kevin_suddell) October 27, 2019
Could have thrown a cap on that shot, horrific keeper
— roger (@rogerc32) October 28, 2019