West Ham may have come from a goal behind to secure their first points under David Moyes in Friday nights 1-1 draw with Leicester, but the Hammers faithful were anything but impressed with the performance from defender Angelo Ogbonna.
29-year-old Ogbonna lined up alongside central defensive partner Winston Reid at the London Stadium, looking to secure their first win under new manager Moyes, and keep the club's first clean sheet in six games.
However, their defensive resistance lasted all but eight minutes against the Foxes as Marc Albrighton capitalised on a weak and mistimed interception from Ogbonna in the middle of the penalty box.
The early goal for the visitors was welcomed by a collective sigh of frustration and doom from the home fans, as the Hammers are yet to win a Premier League match at the London Stadium after conceding the first goal.
Ogbonna looked a passenger tonight and has done ever since he has comeback from injury. We look fragile with him at the back at present.— Josh Verrills (@WestHamJoshV) November 25, 2017
Although Cheikhou Kouyate levelled the scores just minutes before half-time, West Ham were unable to clinch all three points, ensuring the Hammers remained in the bottom three of the table.
Despite avoiding defeat, Ogbonna felt the wrath of the West Ham supporters on social media, as his performance led to some calling him a 'passenger' and 'embarrassingly bad'.
With little to cheer about, many took to social media to vent their frustrations and here is what some had to say about Ogbonna on Twitter following Friday's game..
Ogbonna is embarrassingly bad! Wtf was he doing for their goal?— ⚒Aaron Little⚒ (@AJL_89) November 25, 2017