It wasn't the most convincing performance from Manchester City's on-loan goalkeeper Joe Hart on Saturday, at fault for both goals in Torino's 2-2 draw against Inter.
The England international has largely impressed with the Serie A side so far this season, so much so that they have expressed their hopes of making the move permanent.
Hart's future with City, however, appears increasingly doubtful, and Saturday's game may have further decreased his chances of a return to his parent club.
Inter took the lead when Geoffrey Kondogbia's relatively tame shot slipped past Hart and painfully rolled into the net.
Torino recovered to lead 2-1, before Hart was again left receiving much of the blame for his part in the visitor's equaliser.
He attempted to reach a floated cross into the box, missed at full stretch, and allowed Antonio Candreva to drill into the vacant goal.
City fans have seen Claudio Bravo make a number of errors since his arrival from Barcelona, intended to be Hart's replacement. Many have called for the return of the latter, although it may be that Pep Guardiola is content to continue with Willy Caballero.