Lagos - Hull City striker Sone Aluko was not pleased with the change in attitude of Nigeria fans, in the aftermath of the Super Falcons 2 - 0 loss to Australia at the Women's World Cup on Friday.
The Nigeria international expected the supporters to stand by the girls through thick and thin just as they did in their opener against Sweden while trailing the Europeans by two goals.
''The same Falcons everyone was praising a few days ago so many have already turned their back on. Disappointing to see,'' the FIFPro and COD United ambassador posted on Twitter.
Sone's elder sister Eniola Aluko will take to the Moncton Stadium pitch tonight as the Three Lionesses hope to get their World Cup campaign back on track, and he has wished the Chelsea star all the best ahead of the game against Mexico.
The 26 year old admitted that he's nervous ahead of the Super Eagles African Cup of Nations qualifier with Chad.
''Super Eagles victory and England Ladies victory will be a wonderful day of football for me, a day of tension coming up for me!'' Sone Aluko concluded.
The Hull City number 24 scored his first pair of goals for the Super Eagles in their 2 - 2 draw with South Africa last November.