Manchester United fans have slated Scott McTominay for one moment during the 3-3 draw with Galatasaray on Wednesday night.
McTominay was on target at Rams Park, finding the net in the 55th minute to restore United's two-goal cushion in the Champions League Group A clash.
Hakim Ziyech then scored a second free-kick following some more shoddy goalkeeping from Andre Onana.
Kerem Akturkoglu then popped up with a sublime finish to level matters and set up a dramatic final day in Group A.
Onana received pelters for his two costly gaffes but McTominay has also been criticised.
In the 58th minute, Erik ten Hag brought off Sofyan Amrabat and introduced 18-year-old Kobbie Mainoo following his excellent first start against Everton.
The midfielder immediately got on the ball and dictated things, showing his quality in a superb sequence where he skipped past a couple of challenges and slowed things down.
He then ended up popping the ball back to Luke Shaw. But McTominay was slammed for displaying a lack of movement in midfield and failing to open up an angle for his teammate.
your guy misplaced a pass which bruno had to chase and eventually caused a foul— Dammie (@_eni_itan_) November 30, 2023
and what’s your say regarding this??
your guy is supposed to be in that position where the ref is but he doesn’t hide from the ball😹 pic.twitter.com/Wkbuxf3dvu
One said: "He never ever makes himself available to his midfield partners. It’s like playing a striker in midfield.
A second stated: "That’s because he doesn’t want the ball. He’s always played like that. Simply not good enough for United.
A third added: "Forced the kid to play a back pass after beating 3 players."
A fourth vented: "As far as we continue to play McTominay, this club will not succeed."
A fifth user opined: "Will never understand how a midfielder who’s 6’4 has so little presence throughout a game. Might get the odd goal here and there but he makes us so much worse as a team."
McTominay has proved useful for both United and Scotland in arriving late in the box and getting crucial goals.
However, clearly plenty feel as though he does not have the attributes required to control a game.
United return to action with a trip to Newcastle on Saturday, with fans eager to see Mainoo got the nod.