West Ham United will have to endure an FA Cup Third Round replay after failing to beat League One outfit Shrewsbury Town on Sunday.
The underdog home side actually dominated large portions of the game and were unlucky not to secure a massive cup upset, but David Moyes managed to hold out to bring the tie back to the London Stadium.
The Hammers failed to create much on the afternoon despite a strong side being named, with only four changes from Thursday’s draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
Fans were disappointed with the result and performance, with plenty of criticism aimed at striker Javier Hernandez in particular.
The Mexican international looked far below his best and now hasn’t scored since October, a run of nine matches without hitting the back of the net.
Supporters are looking for more from the striker but some have lost patience completely, believing he should move on to a new club this month.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts on his performance…
I'd move Hernandez on this month if we can. It just isn't going to work out. #whufc
— Tony Finnegan (@Finnegan1895) January 7, 2018
— Jonathan Kemp (@JC_Kemp) January 7, 2018
Remember when Hernandez used to chase everything down and was good at football 😂😂 #WHUFC
— Pav17 (@RyanPJKiernan) January 7, 2018
Javier Hernandez looks like a little boy lost. He just running around like a headless chicken.
Absolutely no point in playing him in a system like this, as does not suit him st all!! #WHUFC ⚒
— ⚒ GEEDEE ⚒ (@GeoffDowns) January 7, 2018
— Matt Slight (@Mattinho18) January 7, 2018
I had some sympathy for Hernandez on Thursday. But not today. He was shocking alongside Ayew. No effort. No heart. Slow. Terrible touch….the list goes on. Martinez showed more in 15mins than Hernandez did in 75. He has to go#coyi
— Allen Cummings (@AllenCummings6) January 7, 2018
— Martin Abell (@MartinAbell17) January 7, 2018
Maybe Moyes was right to not play Hernandez more often after all. I understand the system doesn’t play to his strengths but he’s looked very lazy and sloppy since returning. #COYI
— Adam Plom (@AdamPlom) January 7, 2018