By Will Butcher

West Ham were comfortably beaten 2-0 by Everton on Sunday afternoon – and fans have delivered a mixed response on Twitter to the performance of Michail Antonio.

The former Nottingham Forest man was used as a striker for the Hammers, with Manuel Lanzini, Dimitri Payet and Edimilson Fernandes all expected to support him.

However, goals from Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley prevented the Hammers from securing a fourth straight win in all competitions.

Antonio, who has been in good form of late after scoring five goals this season, was hard working but failed to find the net against the Toffees.

West Ham fans have taken to Twitter to commend Antonio for his efforts, but some believe that he is playing out of position and should have found the net.

Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:

The Hammers looked to have sparked a mini-revolution prior to Sunday’s Premier League encounter, after starting the season in dismal form that saw them drop into the relegation zone.

Two domestic wins followed by a superb EFL Cup win against Chelsea in the week seemed a world away from the Hammers’ performance against Ronald Koeman’s side, as they slipped back into 16th place.

In other West Ham news, Martin Keown has had this to say about the crowd trouble at West Ham’s London Stadium.