Leeds United drew 0-0 in a Championship fixture at Elland Road for the second time in three days as they hosted Fulham on Tuesday night, and Whites fans were not pleased with the performance of striker Chris Wood.
While the New Zealand international, who has been the subject of two rejected bids from Premier League side Burnley over the course of the last few days, scored one and assisted another in the opening day 3-2 win against Bolton Wanderers, he has struggled since.
The 25-year-old missed two good one-on-one chances against Preston North End on Saturday and the Cottagers on Tuesday, but he was also unlucky to be ruled offside in the latter after finding the net.
Leeds supporters were quick to have their say on the showing of their centre-forward via social media, and while many criticised him for a showing a “lack of composure” in front of goal, others believe they should cash in on him if Burnley return with a bid of £20m.
Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…
Wood has to start finishing those 1 vs 1s. He set his own standards last season #lufc
— wild pig (@J__Wildy) August 16, 2017
Fulham better in first 30 minutes
Leeds better after that
Wood zero composure on big chance
Don't get Kalvin Phillips starting #lufc
— Steven Browne (@BrowneyBrowne) August 15, 2017
Very little going wood's way tonight if I'm honest he looked tired! £20m looks a good deal at the moment #lufc
— Liam ⚽ LUFC (@liam_doughty) August 15, 2017
Wood doesn't look happy imo. He Is missing easy chances and doesnt look involved in the team. Hope he can bang another 20 in tho #lufc
— Danny (@dannybulgin_) August 15, 2017
Chris Wood isn't a 20mil player. #lufc
— Khuram (@kumzy_) August 15, 2017
Chris wood poor, lack killer instict and prolific feel. Sell, bring in lassogga and another good PROLIFIC striker!. #lufc
— Callum Davis (@callumMdavis) August 15, 2017
Wood not clinical again, movement good and hold up play good but cant finish.. 20mill sell #lufc
— Harry (@HarryyLUFC) August 15, 2017
— Rob Crossland (@RobCrossland_) August 15, 2017
What was wrong with wood tonight? #lufc
— Charlie Collier (@Charlie_wby) August 15, 2017