The Claret and Hugh West Ham player ratings came back to reality with a bump after the defeat to Wolves.
David Martin was the Claret and Hugh man of the match after receiving an average score of 6.65, the highest of the week,
Angelo Ogbonna was a close second on 6.63 with Declan Rice the only other player to score in the sixes with an average rating of 6.47.
Top of the five scores was Felipe Anderson with an average score of 5.89 followed by Fabian Balbuena on 5.87 and Pablo Fornals with a rating of 5.85. Aaron Cresswell averaged 5.61 with Ryan Fredericks and Robert Snodgrass both scoring 5.1 to complete the five scores.
Top of the fours was Mark Noble on an average score of 4.66 followed by Nathan Holland on 4.55.
Yarmolenko was top of the dreaded two scores with an average poor score of 2.99 followed by Seb Haller on 2.97 and Ablian Ajeti on 2.65.
Manuel Pellegrini received a rating of 3.22 with match officials scoring 5.92 and VAR meriting a rating of 5.28.