- Gastón Sirino had a bad day at the office and fans are not happy, particularly with his missed penalty
- He was awarded a penalty and instead of scoring a goal he'd sent the ball into the stadium
- Fans took to Twitter to vent their frustration at his performance with some questioning if he is a good investment for the Mamelodi Sundowns
Fans are not happy with Gastón Sirino after his latest outing for the Mamelodi Sundowns. The Sundowns managed to pull off a convincing 3-1 win against Tshakhuma FC but Sorino's performance was highly criticised by fans.
Particularly the penalty he took which sent the ball into the stands, fans pointed out that it should actually go into the net to score a goal.
Tweeps took to the internet to vent their frustration with Sirino, with some questioning of the Uruguayan footballer was a good investment.
"A search party has been called to look for the ball Sirino used to take that penalty, so far no luck but the search continues #SSDiski #DStvPrem"
"Sirino calls himself Nurkovic during practice."
"Sirino must decide if he wants to play or what this is nonsense performance we not gonna tolerate it."
"Sirino deliberately missed a penalty when the game was at 1-1 because that's how much we believe in our talent ♂️."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that as he looks to establish himself in the English Premier League with Brighton & Hove Albion, Percy Tau's lack of game time has grabbed the attention of his fans.
The Bafana Bafana international was not available for their clash against Manchester United and many of his supporters back home are not happy.
Some believe there is unfairness on the part of the 26-year-old and that coach Graham Potter could have used the former Mamelodi Sundowns player against the Red Devils as they lost 2-1.
According to media reports, Tau had to quarantine after flying to participate in the recent FIFA international break where he played for Bafana.
In other news, with Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki's future a subject of speculation, many fans are already calling for coach Pitso Mosimane's return.
The national team coach has failed to guide the 1996 African champions to the 2021 Caf African Cup of Nations after losing 2-0 to Sudan on Sunday evening.
In the wake of this disappointing result, Ntseki has also expressed heartbreak as he is fully aware the nation has been let down, but the football fraternity is already looking at having a more experienced manager.
However, the Al Ahly manager will not come cheap in case Mosimane considers a return to the national team bench.
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