Declan Rice was the Claret and Hugh reader man of the match achieving an average score of 7.22 from nearly 250 sets of ratings cast after the West Ham defeat against Liverpool. Fabiasnki was a very close second with a score of 7.2 and these were the only two West Ham players to manage a seven score.
Top of the sixes was 19-year-old debutee Jeremy Ngakia scoring a sold 6.5 followed by Angelo Ogbonna on 6.46.
Next was Arthur Masuaku on 6.04 and Robert Snodgrass on 6.03 to complete the six scores.
Top of the fives was Aaron Cresswell on 5.56 followed by Issa Diop on 5.5 while Mark Noble was last of the five scores with an average score of 5.2.
Top of the four scores was Pablo Fornals with an average score of 4.53 closely followed by Seb Haller on 4.46.
Manuel Lanzini got the lowest score of the game with an average score of 3.26.
David Moyes was rated at 5.57 for his tactics while the match officials was rated at 2.71 and VAR at 2.7.