Premier League
West Ham United 1-1 Everton 

Saturday, 7th November 2015
by Gordon Thrower


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Player Ratings

Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo
One slightly unconvincing punch in the first half but he was hung out to dry for the equaliser. Looked otherwise fairly solid.

Carl Jenkinson
Decent game including one clever run into space that might have ended better had he been able to dig the ball out of his feet a little better.

Aaron Cresswell
Always willing to push forward down the left.

Winston Reid
Good to see him back. Showed good anticipation throughout though he allowed Lukaku to get between him and Tomkins for the goal.

James Tomkins
Certain newspaper men in the press conference were going into raptures over Stones. However, the goal apart, Tomkins played just as well.

Cheikhou Kouyate
When Noble plays well Kouyate seems to be down a notch ?EUR" and vice versa. Now when we get them firing together...

Mark Noble
A good influential game from the skipper. Constantly probing and looking for something different. Not always successful but at least he was trying.

Victor Moses
His powerful running caused Galloway problems all afternoon and, like Payet he got no protection from the officials. However, that was no excuse for what was an obvious attempt at a dive in the second half, which sees him docked a point. It?EUR(TM)s understandable I suppose given that, in Chelsea and Liverpool, he has on his CV two clubs where that sort of thing is positively encouraged. However, it?EUR(TM)s not something I want to see from our players thanks. MOTM though.

Manuel Lanzini
The goal was an absolute beaut. I just wish he were English so he could be ignored by Hodgson and kept under wraps for international breaks.

Dimitri Payet
Was a delight to watch up to the point where his afternoon was ended by McCarthy?EUR(TM)s cynical challenge.

Andy Carroll
Not as bad as many are making out ?EUR" one piece of control/turn and pass was beautiful to watch. However he was all too often isolated up front.


Enner Valencia
(Replaced Payet 50) Was looking lively until Coleman?EUR(TM)s follow-through ended his afternoon. His attempt to continue was brave, if misguided.

Mauro Zarate
(Replaced Valencia 69) Apparently he apologised to the fans for this performance. Believe me I?EUR(TM)ve seen much, much worse in my time.

Nikica Jelavic
(Replaced Carroll, 87) As ever when he appears he?EUR(TM)s usually on a hiding to nothing. Put himself about a bit to little avail.

Darren Randolph
Did not play.

Angelo Ogbonna
Did not play.

Michael Antonio
Did not play.

Josh Cullen
Did not play.

Match Facts

West Ham United: Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo, Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Cresswell, Winston Reid, James Tomkins, Cheikhou Kouyate, Mark Noble, Victor Moses, Manuel Lanzini, Dimitri Payet, Andy Carroll.

Goals: Manuel Lanzini 30                  .

Booked: Mauro Zarate 91          .

Sent off: None.

Everton: Tim Howard, Seamus Coleman, John Stones, Ramiro Funes Mori, Brendan Galloway, Gareth Barry, James McCarthy, Gerard Deulofeu, Ross Barkley, Arouna Kone, Romelu Lukaku .

Subs not used: Darron Gibson, Joel Robles, Leon Osman, Mason Holgate, Steven Naismith .

Goals: Romelu Lukaku (42).

Booked: James McCarthy (33), Ramiro Funes Mori (58).

Sent off: None.

Referee: Paul Tierney.

Attendance: 34,977.

Man of the Match: Victor Moses.