It was a frustrating night for Derby County on Friday, as they were beaten 1-0 by fellow relegation battlers Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
In a game which the Rams largely dominated, their inability to find a breakthrough was something that would cost them, with Callum Paterson heading in from close range just past the hour-mark, which was enough to eventually seal the win for Wednesday.
As a result, the managerless Owls have now moved above Derby in the Championship table, with both sides outside the relegation zone on goal difference.
One player who seemingly struggled for Derby on Friday night as they went in search of a breakthrough, was winger Kamil Jozwiak.
Having been a consistently useful asset for the Rams in recent weeks, there appeared to be a feeling that the Polish international was not playing to his usual standard amongst the club’s fans, as they took to Twitter to give their thoughts on the game.
Here, we take a look at what some of those supporters had to say about the 22-year-old.
Jozwiak isn’t playing like he has done so far this season
— Daniel Payne (@DanielP61515481) January 1, 2021
Jozwiak isn’t having a great game
— Jonny (@JonoVallans) January 1, 2021
How is jozwiak still on the pitch
— AdamDcfc (@AdamDcfc6_CM19) January 1, 2021
I’ll keep saying it Jozwiak’s final ball is terrible #dcfc
— Adam Fisher (@AdamFisher02) January 1, 2021
Need more from sibley and jozwiak
— NLICEDCFC🐏 (@licence220379) January 1, 2021
Big fan of Jozwiak but he’s having a terrible game
— Becca (@_Beccaa97) January 1, 2021
Jozwiak has much more than do in a Derby shirt, he’s been very poor tonight. We’re back to square one #dcfcfans
— Mark (@Mark0_dcfc) January 1, 2021
A lack of change option for Jozwiak has played a part here. He’s had a poor game but no alternative #dcfc
— Chris (@buckers2011) January 1, 2021
Looks like not being paid has upset the players…..joke! Looked lethargic, and toothless going forward this second half.
Disappointed with Jozwiak tonight. 1 step forward, 2 steps back.
— Sammy (@sammy031983) January 1, 2021