West Ham fans react on Twitter to poor performance v Everton
By Emma Sanders
West Ham suffered a 2-0 defeat against Everton and fans reacted on Twitter following a lacklustre display at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon.
The Hammers failed to follow up their emphatic victory against Chelsea on Wednesday evening with a result against Ronaldo Koeman’s side.
Slaven Bilic’s side currently sit in 15th position in the league and have struggled since moving to the London Stadium in the summer.
Their home record has been poor and last season’s star player, Dimitri Payet, has struggled to hit top form since returning from his European Championship exploits with France in August.
Two second-half goals from Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley were enough to undo the Hammers as they struggled to get a foothold in the game.
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The Everton striker scored his ninth goal in eleven appearances against West Ham and Lukaku looked threatening throughout the game, as did Man of the Match Barkley.
West Ham face Stoke City next at the London Stadium on Saturday and will be hoping to record only their third league victory on their home turf.
Here is a selection of the messages on Twitter:
I want each player to take a look in the mirror. The blood is on your hands lads. Run your hands under the tap. It won't come off.
— West Ham Central (@WestHam_Central) October 30, 2016
Want the football season too finish already so West Ham sort out the dead wood in the team get a decent striker
— kev (@kevalaaarrr) October 30, 2016
No way will West Ham struggle this season .. I thought Pedro Obiang was pretty damned good ..
— Mike Parry (@mikeparry8) October 30, 2016
Westham is just a joke of a football club
— Sirskansheelot ™ (@iAmOkopiE) October 30, 2016
yeah mate we not the team we were last season though we are starting to play better but westham losing don't bother me anyway
— Terry (@tobigtocarry) October 30, 2016
In other West Ham news, fans react on Twitter as Payet produces another poor performance against Everton.