'Huge opportunity missed' - Sunderland fans react to 'leggy' and 'exhausted' Black Cats showing against Lincoln City

Sunderland have drawn 1-1 with Lincoln City at the Stadium of Light.

By James Copley
Saturday, 20th March 2021, 6:54 pm

Callum McFadzean netted the first goal of the game following before Callum Morton equalised for the visitors in the second half.

Bu the points were shared on Wearside with results elsewhere going the Black Cats’ way with Rochdale holding Peterborough United to a draw.

And Sunderland fans were quick to react to the result on social media – here’s what YOU said about the game on Twitter:

Charlie Wyke with referee Carl Boyeson.

@DavidHindmarsh7: “Exactly why we should be playing 3 at the back with all these injuries. O’Nien has been great but there was always this threat.”

@danhall94: “I like Leadbitter as a person but as a player he’s too slow! Give him a coaching role or something.”

@Philip_RJ89: “Let’s not hang O’Nien out to dry. Yes, that was a costly error, but it’s the first real mistake he’s made since he’s been moved into defence. Scapegoating one player is daft.”

@ConnorGardner: “How refreshing is it having a manager that makes effective substitutes to try and win the game?”

Sunderland celebrate the opening goal of the game against Lincoln City.

@SAFCSpencer: “Huge opportunity missed. Don’t like the 4-3-3.”

@GoochGlorious: “They didn't deserve that. We should have had penalties”

@JamieSAFC_: “Nothing changed in the top 6 so can't feel too bad tbh.”

@PlannerMarj: “One game too far perhaps. The lads must be exhausted.”

Collings1995:” Can't argue with it. Lincoln played well. We played well in spells. Ref had an absolute mare and should never be an official ever again.

@theboovont: Wrong starting line up, power and Leadbitter have no pace in cm, looked very leggy, only one team looked like winning it in second half

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