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Ratings regular makes his point!

Ratings regular and ClaretandHugh Facebook member  SERGEY NOVYSH  gives his view on how the Irons performed individually.
Adrian
Poor distribution with his feet. Cannot be blamed for any of the goals though. 5
Ogbonna
Total disgrace. Slow and unreliable. First and third goals are his responsibility. Juventus player and Italian international? Ha-ha-ha 3
 
Masuaku
Got away with his first awful mistake, but been punished for his second. Liability defensively, BUT at least could be useful in attack.  4
 
Fredericks
Tried hard, made some good runs and tackles. 6
 
Diop
Almost followed Oggy’s and Masuakus path with ridiculous mistake, but made amends instantly. Missed Balbuena a lot. 5
Rice
Gotta feel sorry for Declan. He tried his best, but when it’s not clicking – there is nothing you can do. 7
 
Anderson
I’ve been defending this guy until now. But even I am starting to lose my faith/patience. Was he on the pitch? One successful tackle and three unconvincing corners. Just not good enough, Felipe! 4
Obiang
Few good passes and one shot wide but pretty anonymous overall. 5
Diangana
What a revelation this guy is. Looks like Yarmo’s injury is blessing in disguise. Pace, skill, desire. Best player on the pitch for sure. 8
Hernandez
Pretty isolated, had few half-chances but wasted ’em. 5
Antonio
Looked a little bit rusty, but worked his socks off. Singlehandedly created a goal-scoring opportunity by pressing opposition in their own box, but made a few poor decisions too. 6
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Snodgrass
Started second half instead of Anderson. High-quality deliveries from corners and free-kicks. Energy and desire. Snoddy is winning fans hearts for sure. 7
 
Perez
Forwards should score goals. Perez did. Still not sure bout his overall quality, but hope he will contribute more in the future. 6
Arnautovic
Tried hard with no end product. But with Arnie on the pitch we always look much more dangerous. 6

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon