The Senegal international who was introduced as a second half substitute displayed an apologetic gesture to fans at the end of the game but saw his match shirt thrown back onto the pitch after he had offered it to the travelling supporters.
The Crystal Palace fans demonstrated their anger after Matt Taylor, Milan Duric, Joe Bryan and Callum Odowda had cancelled out Bakary Sako’s opener, as the Eagles bow out of this year’s competition.
But Souare took to Twitter afterwards to express his disappointment after the loss as Roy Hodgson’s men continue their struggles this campaign with nine losses in 12 games across all competitions.
Disappointing night, emotions were high. I understand the frustration. All love ❤️💙— Pape Souarè (@papesouare) October 24, 2017