It was another frustrating afternoon for Norwich City at Carrow Road on Saturday afternoon, as the hosts were pegged back by visitors Barnsley in the 1-1 draw in East Anglia.
Manager Daniel Farke’s men have won at home just twice in the league this season, with the away form of the former Premier League side keeping Farke’s men out of trouble.
Winger Josh Murphy took to Twitter to express his disappointment at the result, which saw the Canaries to eleventh place.
Murphy found the net in the twelfth minute to open the scoring at Carrow Road, but his exploits were not enough to secure the three points on the day.
Despite his heroics in front of goal, Murphy came under fire from Norwich fans on Twitter regarding his performance for the remaining 78 minutes of the game, with many questioning his commitment and attitude towards the club and its fans…
I agree with Luke. Murphy has so much potential, but always seems to shy away from a challenge. He could have got the ball when 1 on 1 with the keeper, but seemed to bottle it. Like so many other times.
— Adrian Carr (@ady_carr) November 18, 2017
Cupping your ear helps no-one Josh. If you get a few moans, as all wingers do when things don’t work, don’t take it out on the whole crowd.
— Matt (@mattjware) November 18, 2017
Try not to bottle every header on Tuesday
— Luke Rumbelow (@HanleysLeftNut) November 18, 2017
Try improving your attitude on the pitch, as for capping your ear when you scored says it all !!!
— Steven Marney (@SPMarney) November 19, 2017
You could try tackling…or maybe just try! Carry on with the attitude you seemed to have yesterday, and looking like you can't be bothered, will only make the fans angry.
— scott (@hairycanary72) November 19, 2017
Ear to the crowd never ends well Josh. Not really called for today either.
— Charles Eko (@Charles1980Eko) November 18, 2017
Who the fuck do you think you are cupping your ear to the barcley. Need to start pulling your weight and stop moaning. Your not as good as you think you are.
— Daryl Slack (@1985daryl) November 19, 2017