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West Ham had to settle for a point against West Brom, but who was our man of the match?

PUBLISHED: 12:25 13 February 2017

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

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Check out our ratings from West Ham’s clash with West Brom

West Ham United's Winston Reid and West Bromwich Albion's Matt Phillips (right) during the Premier League match at London Stadium.West Ham United's Winston Reid and West Bromwich Albion's Matt Phillips (right) during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

WEST HAM RATINGS

DARREN RANDOLPH 6

West Ham United's Winston Reid and West Bromwich Albion's Allan Nyom (left) during the Premier League match at London Stadium.West Ham United's Winston Reid and West Bromwich Albion's Allan Nyom (left) during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

First goal unluckily went through his legs and he was a bit lost for the late equaliser, but in between he made a couple of good saves.

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE 6

Nut-megged for the first goal and though he got down the right well, he never delivered a worthwhile cross.

West Ham United's Sofiane Feghouli (left) and West Bromwich Albion's Gareth McAuley during the Premier League match at London Stadium.West Ham United's Sofiane Feghouli (left) and West Bromwich Albion's Gareth McAuley during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

WINSTON REID 7

Worked hard and won plenty of ball, but could have been sent off had he connected with an attempted kick on Allan Nyom which was totally uncharacteristic.

JOSE FONTE 7

West Ham United's Michail Antonio (left) and West Bromwich Albion's Craig Dawson (right) during the Premier League match at London Stadium.West Ham United's Michail Antonio (left) and West Bromwich Albion's Craig Dawson (right) during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

Worked hard and is beginning to get an understanding with Reid. Was outjumped for the equaliser though, but has settled in well.

AARON CRESSWELL 5

Still nowhere near his best and clearly not 100 per cent fit. Worked hard and tried to get forward but replaced at half time.

West Ham United's Manuel LanziniWest Ham United's Manuel Lanzini

MARK NOBLE 7

Led from the front and battled the team back after they trailed at half time. Not everything he did worked, but he never stopped trying.

PEDRO OBIANG 6

Not as good as last week, but he won some tackles and delivered some excellent passes. Booked and could even have gone off after another foul.

SOFIANE FEGHOULI 8

Lost possession for the first goal, but grew into the game well and his battling display was crowned by a goal and an assist. His best game.

MANUEL LANZINI 9* MAN OF THE MATCH

Bounced back from being left out last week, to attack with passion and endeavour. His shot against the bar led to the first goal and he finished with aplomb for what looked like being the winner.

ROBERT SNODGRASS 7

His set-piece delivery was good and West Ham could have made more use of his deliveries. Worked hard again and there is more to come.

MICHAIL ANTONIO 6

Had a tough time as the lone striker against two monster defenders, but worked hard and had more luck on the wing in the second half.

SUBSTITUTES

JONATHAN CALLERI (for Cresswell, h/t) 6

Certainly got involved and got in one decent shot that was well saved, but was let down at times by his first touch.


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