Aston Villa played out a 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion in the Championship on Friday night.
Anwar El Ghazi scored twice for Villa, who led into second-half stoppage time.
A controversial goal from Jay Rodriguez, which came off the forward’s head, levelled the scores though as West Brom snatched a late point.
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Tammy Abraham, who is on loan at Villa from Chelsea, entered the match off the back of scoring seven times in his last four Championship matches, but the striker failed to make his mark against the Baggies.
Abraham had opportunities to put the match beyond West Brom, but the two-time England international could not find the back of the net.
There were a number of Villa fans who took to social media after the match to criticise the centre-forward. However, there were also plenty who defended the 21-year-old.
A selection of the mixed Twitter reaction from the Villa supporters can be seen below:
I swear to god if anyone gives Abraham any stick tonight after what he’s done for us. Rather have him missing them than not getting chances at all. #avfc
— VILLA MAD (@VillaMad3) December 7, 2018
I think that he’s had a bad game tonight. I can’t see the problem with airing that. He’s a fantastic player but off the boil tonight
— bekkah_r (@bekkah_r) December 7, 2018
Anybody who has a pop at him will be blocked
— Holte71 ??????? (@Holte121971) December 7, 2018
I have to agree…. I wasn’t convinced by him at the start and his first few games but he’s been leathal the last 6 games… Just having on of them nights.
— Richard Griffiths (@RJG8283) December 7, 2018
should of been disallowed, definite handball from rodriquez.. but abraham has missed a hatful of chances to put the game beyond doubt.. #AVFC
— DΛN (@checkleydan) December 7, 2018
Abraham is costing us #avfc
— Mickey #avfc (@av1_villa) December 7, 2018
Abraham misses faaaaar too many sitters ? #avfc
— Claire (@FloppyChicken92) December 7, 2018