Jose Fonte has sealed a £5m move to Dalian Yifang in China on Friday and you can argue that David Moyes is planning a defensive overhaul at West Ham in the summer. That's if the boss stays on, of course, and he is expected to be offered a two-year deal to remain in east London if he keeps the club in the Premier League.
Yes but it didn't start difficult, we played quite well in the first half. I thought we showed good moments, maybe a bit unfortunate not to go a goal ahead. Liverpool had chances as well which we knew would be the case and we had to make the most of ours. But, there was some good stuff in the first half and I was happy but certainly not the second half. How difficult is it to deal with that Liverpool front line? It is really difficult to deal with them.
Good early save to push Mohammed Salah's effort onto the post. Appeared to be impeded for Liverpool's opener but could have pushed Milner out of the way. Huge error to gift Firmino Liverpool's third goal. Some good stops but the howler will stand out. Outstanding piece of play in the first half to deal with a ball that held up in the wind and still dispossess Mane. Caught out for the third goal as Firmino ghosted behind him. Lost Robertson for the fourth goal.
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