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Premier League
Saturday, 1st April 2017

Hull City 0
West Ham United 0

by Staff Writer

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Player Ratings

Darren Randolph
Little he could do about the first but almost embarrassed by Rondon from distance after being caught off his line and then totally misread the corner from which Evans equalised.


Cheikhou Kouyate
Nutt-sed for the opening goal but rallied thereafter. Not a right back however and neevr will be.


Aaron Cresswell
Hasn't been himself for a number of weeks. A shadow of the player he seemed prior to the England call-up.


Winston Reid
Gave his all, came up short against a very good side.


Jose Fonte
If you search for 'baptism of fire' on the web, don't be surprised to find a reference to Fonte's debut.


Pedro Obiang
All over the shop tonight. Hopefullt just a blip following some very decent showings of late.


Michail Antonio
The one player likely to light up the OS on an otherwise dull and dreary night.


Mark Noble
Anonymous, spent much of the night chasing shadows.


Andy Carroll
Huffed and puffed and threw himself around with wild abandon as per, but came up against not only a very good opponent but one of those referees who has no time for physical forwards (see Carlton Cole).


Manuel Lanzini
Bar one chance in the first half, he was invisible.


Sofiane Feghouli
His night was summed up by the one chance he had to deliver a probing cross - which he shinned straight out for a goal kick instead. Woeful, offered nothing.


Substitutes


Edimilson Fernandes
(Replaced Feghouli) Tasked with rescuing a sunken ship.


Robert Snodgrass
(Replaced Obiang) The scond debutant of the evening, Snodgrass gave glimpses of what he could potentially offer.


Ashley Fletcher
(Replaced Carroll) Tasked with rescuing a sunken ship.


Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo
Did not play.


James Collins
Did not play.


Domingos Quina
Did not play.


Jonathan Calleri
Did not play.



Match Facts

Referee: Bobby Madley.

Attendance: 0.

Man of the Match: Manuel Lanzini.

West Ham United

Goals: Michail Antonio 11 Andre Ayew 83                

Booked: Mark Noble  Pedro Obiang         .

Sent Off: None sent off.     .

Hull City

Boruc, A.Smith, Francis, Cook, Daniels, Fraser (Mousset 85), Arter, Gosling, Pugh, King, Afobe (Wilshere 85).

Substitutes: .

Subs not used: Allsop, Cargill, B.Smith, Gradel, Ibe.

Goals: King (31, 48, 90).

Booked: Pugh, Afobe, Gosling, Cook.

Sent Off: None sent off..

 
Staff Writer's Man of the Match: Manuel Lanzini


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