Furious Sunderland fans let rip after 3-0 defeat to relegation rivals Swansea City
Sunderland fans have reacted strongly to the 3-0 thrashing against relegation rivals Swansea City.
The Black Cats have gone bottom of the Premier League again after Gylfi Sigurdsson's early second half penalty and Fernando Llorente's brace lifted Swansea off the foot of the table.
It was an afternoon to forget for David Moyes and his Sunderland squad, who didn't get to grips with Bob Bradley's side all afternoon.
And fans have been quick to have their say on Twitter.
Steven Richardson @rovingbilly "Did the #safc players think the bus was leaving early? As they were on it with 20 mins left to play. No wonder you're bottom #attitude."
Jonny Crosby @jonny_crosby "Thought they looked scared and as if they hadn't played together TBH. Midfield all over the place."
Darryn Mccormick @darryn1985 "We were played off the park you can't win them all but we want see Fabio on pitch not to be sat back down @sunechosafc"
outlawinahat2 @outlawinahat2 "Guess I won't be watching @matchoftheday1 tonight"
Chris Gooch @chrisgoochftm said: "Abysmal performance btw!!"
Neil Philip Thornton @NeilPhilipThor1 added: "Thought we would have picked something up there #safc I hate football !!"
Ian, @IBarker7 added: "Rock bottom of the league AGAIN and made Swansea look like Real Madrid - thank god it's the works Xmas party tonight #SAFC"
Roker Report @RokerReport "Was that our worst performance of the season? For me, yes. Anyways.... as bad as that was, we have to dust ourselves down. Just an afternoon to forget. Chelsea next."
Tom Albrighton @TMALBRGHTN "Just get past Chelsea game and start again, not cut adrift totally so no need to panic."
ALS: SAFC FANZINE @ALS_Fanzine "We've made a right Sunderland of this mind. I blame Godzilla."
Meanwhile, over on our website, BSAALLTHE WEAR wrote: "Swansea had conceded 9 in two games -they were a bag of nerves -we should have gone on the attack from the start-but Mr Negativity didn't fancy that."
Gonetothedogs67 added: "Well it was nice while it lasted."