Crystal Palace Lee Chung-Yong was the villain for his side as they were beaten 1-0 by Burnley at Turf Moor on Sunday, and Eagles fans slammed him for his performance.
Having lost their opening three Premier League matches of the season under new manager Frank de Boer without scoring a goal, the under-pressure Dutchman knew that he needed to pick up a positive result against the Clarets.
However, Chung-Yong gifted Sean Dyche’s men lead just three minutes in when his under-hit back-pass was intercepted by Chris Wood and the former Leeds man fired past Wayne Hennessey.
Despite having 23 efforts at goal, Palace couldn’t find the equaliser and they became the first Premier League team to lose their first four matches of the campaign without finding the net.
Crystal Palace supporters were quick to have their say on the South Korean’s showing via social media, with some describing him as a “total liability” and others believing that the winger would struggle to get into some Championship teams.
Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…
You can't blame DeBoor for today's defeat,although playing Lee was not a great decision.He offers us nothing.
— Stuart'JP'Osmond (@StuartOsmond) September 10, 2017
Chung Yong Lee has had more than enough chances now. Don't want to see him near the first team again. Shocking player. #cpfc
— Gooders (@RobGooders) September 10, 2017
#CPFC Playing a lot better, Don't understand why we played Lee Chung-yong a total liability. Next game, Sakho in problem solved.
— Eagles8 (@Eagles813) September 10, 2017
Can we sack Chung Yong Lee instead please. Absolutely useless #cpfc
— Joe Rekert (@JoeRekert) September 10, 2017
Chung Yong Lee would struggle to get a game in the championship but here he is in our starting 11 ??♂️ #CPFC
— Ryan Adams (@ryan8adams) September 10, 2017
Chung Yong Lee just isn't premier league standard… #CPFC
— Tom (@tjg97caswell) September 10, 2017
YET ANOTHER SILLY MISTAKE FFS….
Chung Yong Lee is a Championship player, why is he still here and why is he starting FFS #CPFC
— Lee Bowman (@LeeCPDAFC) September 10, 2017