Cristiano Ronaldo's miss against Leeds United on Sunday enraged Manchester United supporters.
Paul Pogba beat Adam Forshaw to a cross into the area, with Ronaldo racing to the back post to meet the ball.
The attacker, though, flubbed his attempt and sent the ball straight to Leeds goalkeeper Illan Meslier. And Ronaldo's miss surprised supporters on social media, who chastised the 37-year-old for failing to score.
Another United fan wrote: 'Embarrassing miss from Ronaldo, robbing Pogba of another assist.'
Another Twitter user commented: 'Questions have to be asked of Ronaldo there. That was shocking.'
United went on to defeat Leeds 4-2 thanks to goals from Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Fred, and Anthony Elanga, despite Ronaldo's mistake.
After first expressing amazement, Gary Neville, who was in the studio for the game, defended Ronaldo's mistake and attempted to explain it.
Neville said on Sky Sports: "How has he not scored? It was brilliant from Pogba but Ronaldo couldn't quite get enough on it. It was a big chance."
Before adding: "Maybe that's a little behind Cristiano Ronaldo and he's just not able to get the purchase he wants on it."
Speaking after the game, Ralf Rangnick said: "It was perfect in regard to maturity and unity and the best reply they could give to some articles last week that there was disruption in the locker room.
"A game like this one today, you can only win as a team and the mentality of a team. Apart from the three points, this was the most important thing for me."