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20:25  13 april  2019
20:25  13 april  2019 Source:   readsport.co

West Ham Player Ratings: Everton (H)

West Ham Player Ratings: Everton (H) West Ham’s inconsistencies this season continued as they stuttered to a 2-0 defeat at home to Everton on Saturday evening. Manuel Pellegrini’s side had the chance to move as high as seventh in the Premier League but mustered just one shot on target in their defeat against the Toffees. The Hammers have lost three of their last six in the league, and were booed off at half time against Everton as two first half goals were enough for Marco Silva’s side.

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A slightly harsh rating considering Barkley only played one half and was injured but apart from one run which Sascha Riether brought him down, I can’t remember much of an influence from the youngster; hopefully he’ll Fulham 1-3 Everton : Player Ratings . Report: Everton overcome poor first half to win.

Fulham (A): Everton Player Ratings © Clive Rose/Getty Images Sport Fulham FC v Everton FC - Premier League

Regardless of how well the last few games have gone, this defeat negates all of the good work Mr Silva has done. A defeat to an already relegated side on an embarrassing losing streak is unacceptable at any point in the season, but it is emphasised even more when we needed the three points to keep up the race for 7th on a day where our main competitors for that spot all fell short.

It wasn’t even a case of a relegated side going out in a blaze of glory either, Fulham weren’t good. That Everton side were just horrific in every aspect of the game. The midfield was muted, defence uncharacteristically shaky, and attack limp.

It was an awful day at the office, and it isn’t a one-off anymore. These pathetic performances against weak and vulnerable teams are the reason we will be a mid-table team for years to come.

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