Liverpool may have beaten Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 on Thursday night, however Andy Robertson came in for an untold amount of criticism from those on Twitter.
Jurgen Klopp’s side took the lead via an early effort from Jordan Henderson but were pegged back quickly after the restart when Raul Jimenez netted.
Roberto Firmino once again proved to be the saviour for the Anfield outfit when he bagged the winner with five minutes or so in the game remaining and extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table.
Things were not all rosy though for the hosts as a number of Liverpool fans appeared to be concerned with some of the performances they witnessed from some of their players – especially Robertson.
The left-back was heavily criticised by a number of supporters for his poor showing, with many suggesting that he had been turning in a number of sub-standard displays in recent weeks.
Indeed, the figures from WhoScored would, perhaps, suggest the Scotland international was far from his best, as they gave him a match rating of just 6.47.
The £72million-rated (as per TransferMarkt) 25-year-old recorded just one clearance defensively and provided his team-mates with one key pass. Robertson struggled to get going for Liverpool as well, as he only made one cross and played two long balls – all of which were successfully completed (WhoScored).
However, it might be best the left-back stays off Twitter for a few days, with many of the club’s faithful appearing not to hold back about what they really felt about his performance at Molineux.
Here are just some of their reactions…
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