Hull City earned a point from an eight-goal thriller with Swansea City last night, leaving many fans of the Yorkshire club furious at manager Grant McCann.
It was a fantastic game for the neutral but not so pretty for anyone involved with either side as both teams looked a mess defensively and struggled for control.
The Tigers took the lead three times at the KCOM Stadium only to see Swansea pull level on each occasion.
When Rhian Brewster found the net in the 84th minute to put the Swans 4-3 up it looked like that would prove the decisive moment but the hosts were not done yet.
Tom Eaves 95th-minute equaliser ensured neither side was left empty-handed after what was an enthralling, but absolutely crazy, evening of Championship football.
The result extends the Tigers’ winless run to eight games, with their last victory coming in the FA Cup against Rotherham United on the 4th of January.
Hull still appear to be reeling from the January exits of their two key offensive weapons, Kamil Grosicki and Jarrod Bowen, and have slid down to 15th in the Championship.
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After the 4-4 draw with Swansea, plenty of Tigers fans tore into McCann, with some calling for him to leave the club.
Read the reaction of Hull supporters here:
We were terrible tonight. Poor performance, poor defensively, poor tactics from McCann. No real attacking plan.
We will survive this season. We can only hope lessons are being learnt #hcafc
— Simon Jones (@MrSimonDJones) February 14, 2020
— matty hayward (@MattyHC5) February 14, 2020
We are criminally disorganised. Irrespective of injuries, there is no excuse. The blame for this lies squarely with McCann. I don’t think he should be sacked or anything, but leading three time’s at home and losing the game… that’s on you Grant. #hcafc
— Richard Gardham (@RichardGardham) February 14, 2020
I don’t like to call for a manager to be sacked, but I haven’t been convinced by him since day one
— Fish Out Dolan Out (@fishoutdolanout) February 14, 2020
McCann out …..
— JON MAIL (@JONMAIL1) February 14, 2020
— Adam Brookes (@adam_brookes) February 14, 2020
Welcome to League one next season! McCann out! Allams out!
— DN777 (@DN77712) February 14, 2020
— TigerKid (@TheTigerKid98) February 14, 2020