Arthur Masuaku was the target of plenty of criticism during West Ham United’s defeat to Manchester City.
The 25-year-old started the match at the London Stadium, but was withdrawn at half-time and replaced with Aaron Cresswell.
It was a horror first half for the left-back as the team conceded three goals in the first 34 minutes, but it did not get much better as Leroy Sane nabbed City’s fourth before the full-time whistle blew.
After the clash, Manuel Pellegrini’s players were understandably frustrated, but Masuaku let his emotions boil over on Instagram.
A West Ham fan posted a screenshot of an exchange on the social media site between the Frenchman and a disgruntled fan.
Masuaku responded with anger after a fellow Instagram user described him as a “useless left-back”.
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The footballer suggested that playing in that position is not favourable to him, and that he is better placed elsewhere on the pitch, presumably as a winger.
Unsurprisingly, some West Ham fans had a few things to say about Masuaku’s comment.