Hart blasts two lost points as “unprofessional”


joe-hart-manchester-city-hull-premier-league_3001982Joe Hart has made his feelings crystal clear on the Wilfied Zaha’s late equaliser at Crystal Palace branding it “unprofessional.”

“I can’t believe we’ve done that. I can’t believe we’ve fought all the way to the end and then been so unprofessional at the end.

“It’s a little bit speechless in the dressing room. No one does things on purpose in this team, but it’s two points dropped – as simple as that.

“I hadn’t switched off, but it was a good finish by Zaha, through legs, and I’m bitterly disappointed.”

West Ham came under sustained pressure in the last 10 minutes, but they were naive too at the end.

“You’ve got to keep the ball in the corner, it’s that simple, and you can’t let people keep running through you and getting chances,” Hart said.

“Today counts for a point, but that’s about it. We learn simple things.”

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  • Dave says:

    Welcome to West Ham.

  • Max Willow says:

    bad form Joe, for you to start having a go at one of your excellent team-mates, who, yes, made a mistake; however, he was injured and Slav should never have played him in the first place.
    So who was the real villain here; Slav Bilic.!!
    How brave of you Joe, to jump on the band-wagon, and add more humility to Antonio.
    Thick as two bricks IMHO!

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