Dundee striker Sofien Moussa did not cover himself in glory at Dens Park on Saturday.
The Tunisian forward missed a sitter and gifted Hearts an equaliser with a horror back pass from the half-way line.
Despite receiving glowing praise from Dees soon after after joining for a string of goals in the Betfred Cup, including a hat-trick against Cowdenbeath, fans quickly voiced their disapproval at the weekend.
Even, teammate Paul McGowan launched a tirade at the striker.
Boss Neil McCann soon decided to hook his striker and the 29-year-old wasn’t best pleased.
After being replaced by A-Jay Leitch-Smith, Moussa kicked water bottles soaking teammates in the process.
Jon Aurtenetxe and sub goalkeeper Elliot Parish were on the receiving end – and the latter wasn’t best pleased.
Club captain Darren O’Dea also didn’t look too impressed by the behaviour of the Tunisian.
Neil McCann said after the game that he took Moussa off because his “crazy” decision to pass the ball back to Scott Bain.
The Dee gaffer said: “I took Moussa off because I thought he lost his composure. He made a huge mistake and unfortunately for him Lafferty came up with a super goal.
“But it was the first thing I addressed in the changing room after the game. I told him it was unacceptable and that it was a crazy decision. But we’re trying to build something. It’s a team game and you’ll make individual errors, but at some point he’ll dig out a team-mate.
“It wasn’t a firing squad. He was told I wasn’t happy with it but his team-mates rallied round him.”