Lowest blow: How Sunderland fans reacted to agony of Norwich’s late leveller

George Honeyman shows his delight at putting Sunderland in front against Norwich. Picture by Frank Reid
George Honeyman shows his delight at putting Sunderland in front against Norwich. Picture by Frank Reid

Sunderland supporters reacted with dismay at the heartbreaking late loss of two points to Norwich.

Ivo Pinto’s 89th-minute equaliser denied the Black Cats three precious points in the fight for Championship survival, and they are six points from safety, with just four games to play.

Here’s how some Sunderland fans reacted on Twitter to the 1-1 draw at the Stadium of Light.

@TheVampsSafc: Sums up our season that like. Every team around us looses and we throw it away right at the end

@safcfansview: Tonight is the lowest blow we could’ve been dealt. Genuinely devastated by that late equaliser. Same old same old when It comes to goals against. These are hard times.

@AlexAtkin: Chris Coleman has got to be one of the worst managers #SAFC have had and that takes some dein! Talks a good one though......

@AlexBidoofus: Speechless we didn’t win. Basic inability to take chances and basic inability to defend a lead come to haunt once again.

@Coonsy27: Subs far too negative from Coleman, especially the pointless late sub he seems to love. But how can our players not defend a set piece. So many points lost because we just can’t defend.

@safctinders: Defensively we’re simply dreadful. Too susceptible to a goal or three. Not a great trait. Simply massively costly.

@76skelly: 2 forced subs maybes, but Coleman’s use of the final chance to make us more attacking was yet again far too late and woeful

@waldron1994: Two games Colemans wasted our own time in bringing an impact player on in the 90th minute. Maybe League One will be Coleman’s level