Tottenham Hotspur comfortably dispatched of London rivals West Ham in the 4pm kick-off on Sunday evening, as Harry Kane pounced twice to put the hosts 3-0 up within 50 minutes.
The third goal, Kane's second, was a soft one that went right through West Ham goalkeeper Adrian, which prompted many who were watching the game to take to twitter and suggest that Darren Randolph should be starting for the Hammers.
With Martin O'Neill publicly stating earlier in the week that players who were not playing for their clubs would not be taken to Euro 2016, we outlined why we felt that O'Neill has to make an exception for Randolph, but if these fans get their way, there may be no need:
How is Darren Randolph not in goal for West Ham? #hesoneofourown
— Shane (@ShaneMcDanger) November 22, 2015
@BarrieWhite1980 That Randolph lad is miles better anyway.
— David Unesco (@jjdens) November 22, 2015
— Daz Parkes (@Dazoo1977) November 22, 2015
Adrian is wick. Darren Randolph, ready your gloves.
— Danny Fahy (@dfahy_) November 22, 2015
Adrian has to save that. Where a Randolph?
— Darragh Kelly (@Tassie_P) November 22, 2015
Hopefully Bilic gives Randolph another chance!!
— David Cahill (@DavidCahill99) November 22, 2015
Randolph would have saved that..
— jack (@jackoconnorx) November 22, 2015
We want Darren! We want Darren!
Of course, Adrian is a very good goalkeeper and we expect him to retain his position as West Ham's number one, but it's good to see that after Randolph's performances in the Ireland jersey that the question is being asked.
He does seem far too useful to sit on the bench, but he's got an excellent goalkeeping coach at West Ham so even if he doesn't get snapped up in the January transfer window, he should still be going to France next summer.