Hammers were below their best but still have enough reward in the game against Crystal Palace according to skipper Mark Noble.
It was an evening to remember for the Hammers at the London Stadium as they saw their six games unbeaten run in the Premier League season came to an end after the VAR decision late in the game.
West Ham were already running away with a point but could not held on as Ghanain International Jordan Ayew scored late in the game which could have been ruled but the VAR checked for the validity and awarded it to the home side.
The skipper was not particularly happy after seeing his side end their six game unbeating run at the London Stadium.
Palace are a really good side. They came
here, they set up, they got men behind the ball and
made it difficult for us. They’ve got some good
players, but we should have definitely scored in the
first half with the one or two chances that we had.
After a little bit of hard work in the first half, West Ham had the luxury to go in front at London Stadium courtesy of Sebastian Haller’s goal.
Really incredible from the Hammers, you can see they’ve produced magical touches and better finishing touches since the start of the 2019-20 Premier League season only to loose today.
Still in the game, Noble still believed his side did not play particularly well at the London Stadium.
West Ham players believed in themselves, the practically believed in what they can do but it was just unfortunate they lost the game.