Loads of Crystal Palace fans have reacted on Twitter after loaned out striker Alexander Sorloth scored a late equaliser on his debut for Trabzonspor on deadline day.
— CPFC NEWS HQ ?? (@CPFC_NEWS_HQ) August 8, 2019
The Norway international only joined the Turkish club on a two-year loan deal last weekend, but he has already made an impact with an 89th-minute leveller in their Europa League qualifier against Sparta Prague.
The Norway international, who scored just once in 20 outings in all competitions for the south London outfit and not at all in 16 Premier League appearances, swivelled well before firing into the roof of the net having come on as a half-time substitute.
Eagles supporters on the popular social media platform were already riled up following their club’s failure to bring in any new players on deadline day with a new right-back and striker looking to be required, and the news of Sorloth finding the net seemingly only added to some people’s anger.
While one individual said “you couldn’t make it up” about the goal-shy centre-forward finding the net while Palace continue to rely on Christian Benteke and Connor Wickham, others asked whether they could bring the 23-year-old back to Selhurst Park already.
Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…
Lol typical ????
— MrV? (@kwaido81) August 9, 2019
Hahaha as if this day couldnt get worse
— Steve Foster (@Foster7SJ) August 8, 2019
Can we have him back ????
— Jim Foster (@jimbo2556) August 8, 2019
RECALL HIM LOOOOL
— CPFChxrry (@chxpmxn44) August 8, 2019
Have we got a recall option….as in NOW!? ?❤️?
— #CPFC Stardust ⚡️ (@CpfcStardust) August 8, 2019
Bring him back haha
— Mike Griffin (@MikeGri30760253) August 8, 2019
Sorloth scores in his first game for Trabzonspor. Of course he does.#cpfc
— Fredrik Andersson (@algottheeagle) August 8, 2019
As deadline day passes without a striker making his way into Selhurst Park, Sørloth (one of the few we still had a week ago) scores an 89th minute equaliser for Trabzonspor away in Prague in the Europa League qualifiers.
You couldn’t make it up.
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) August 8, 2019