Iago Aspas will not go down in Liverpool history as one of the greats; in fact he has not left any sort of legacy at Anfield.
Some fans, though, feel that the attacker had plenty of potential, but former manager Brendan Rodgers failed to get the best out of him.
Aspas joined the Reds from Celta Vigo in 2013 and spent two unsuccessful years at Anfield before rejoining the Spanish club.
Last season, the 30-year-old impressed by scoring 23 goals in 37 appearances for the La Liga outfit in all competitions.
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Aspas also created five assists, and he has played an important role at the World Cup for Spain.
On Monday, the forward replaced Diego Costa in the 74th minute of the nation’s final Group B clash against Morocco.
La Roja were trailing 2-1 before Aspas flicked the ball into the back of the net in stoppage time.
VAR was required to grant the goal, which helped Spain secure top spot heading into the last 16.
On Twitter, some Liverpool fans took aim at Rodgers for Aspas’s failings at Anfield.
Brendon Rodgers had know idea what to do with him
— I~A (@ibbyazmi) June 25, 2018
Rodgers rated him but he couldn’t fit him in when Suarez/Sturridge and Sterling were on fire.
— Peadar Farrelly (@peadarff) June 25, 2018
Rodgers cudnt develop a player the man is a joke and now running a sectarian club in a micky mouse league.
— stevie (@Doug37226433) June 25, 2018
Never given the chance so let go .then given the chance he turns into the player liverpool knew he was when they signed him .big names I front of a player always makes it harder .look at ings top dog at Burnley started well at Liverpool and now has mane Bobby and mo ahead of him.
— Bob Cooper (@CooperLFCred) June 25, 2018
I always rated him
— Ed Kopite (@KenyanKopite) June 25, 2018
he is always good.. BR didnt know nor care how to bring the best out of him at Liverpool.
— john.poh (@JohnPoh304) June 26, 2018
Again another player never given a fair cracking at the club and fans all over him from day one typical from a lot of armchair fans
— Liverpool FC HQ (@LiverpoolFCHQ3) June 25, 2018