Southampton attacker Jake Hesketh is currently playing his football with League Two outfit Milton Keynes Dons, having joined the club in January.
Hesketh spent the first half of this season on loan with Burton Albion in League One, scoring three times in 23 appearances for the club.
Now with MK Dons, the 22-year-old struck a wonder goal in his loan team’s 3-2 home defeat to Swindon Town at the weekend.
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Southampton’s official Twitter account posted the video of Hesketh’s goal on Monday, which brought a reaction from the Premier League club’s fans.
It would be fair to say that a number of the Southampton supporters are not too pleased that Hesketh is currently playing his football in League Two.
Hesketh has only played four first-team games for the Saints and it is difficult to imagine that he has much of a long-term future with the Premier League club.
The midfielder has shown good form for both Burton and MK Dons this term though, and will still be hopeful of forging a career at St Mary’s.
A selection of the Twitter reaction from the Southampton supporters can be seen below:
Given away another goal scorer. ???
Well done Jake. Keep up the good work.??????
— scott lowson (@llowssco) February 11, 2019
He shouldn’t be on loan
— kirsty (@ItsKirstyyy) February 11, 2019
Could of done with a player that knows how to score outside the box playing on Saturday ?
— matthew windsor (@mattcw0410) February 11, 2019
It’s a shame he hasn’t had a loan opportunity at a higher level. Oh wait… ??♀️
— Lucy Highnett (@lucyhighnett) February 11, 2019
Sick of you so called true fans sticking up for the board destroying our club ???
— Richard Drever (@DreverRichard) February 11, 2019
— Sam Oatley (@Sfcsamo) February 11, 2019
It’s criminal that this lad is playing in league 2.
— Richard Brereton (@RichardBrer) February 11, 2019
So y did we loan him out again. Please remind me #SFC
— Mark Biacsi (@BiacsiMark) February 11, 2019