David Moyes: 'fans deserve to take their frustrations out on somebody'

I don't think we've ever been in real danger of ever looking like we're getting relegated, so we'll look forward rather than back.

The Hammers couldn't have wished for a better start when André Ayew fired home after five minutes, but the Black Cats surprisingly managed to find themselves back in it with Wahbi Khazri's excellent effort from a corner in the 25th minute.

The Scot said, "The supporters have been fantastic".

The West Ham manager was quoted as saying by the BBC: "We are disappointed to concede a late goal".

Remarkably, attendances at the Stadium of Light have averaged well over 40,000 per game this season and Saturday was the first time a hitherto extraordinarily loyal crowd have turned on the manager. "I just remember I've got the third or fourth best win record of any Premier League manager".

Borini rescued a point in the 90th minute, but Sunderland, now without a win in eight matches, need victories rather than draws in their desperate situation and it was no surprise to hear Moyes and his players jeered at full-time. That's happened a few times now but we're ready to prepare for Everton and that's going to be a tough game.

Sunderland finish with games against Arsenal and Chelsea but before then face the four teams immediately above them in the table - Middlesbrough, Bournemouth, Hull City and Swansea City.

West Ham is nine points clear of danger but manager Slaven Bilic was left fuming after seeing his London side twice pegged back after taking the lead through Andre Ayew in the 5th minute and James Collins two minutes into the second half at the Stadium of Light.

He said: "It's hard coming back, and we do play to me, a lot down my side, it's good for me but sometimes I think, you can see me in the games, I'm saying, go down the other side, build up from different places". "We have not been as united as a group as in previous seasons, that's what probably has been the problem", said the Italian.

"I was disappointed with both goals but not with the play".

The Tunisian started his first league game since the defeat to Arsenal in October, impressing throughout, scoring a goal and proving to be a constant thorn in West Ham's side. I don't appreciate losing every Saturday but we pick it up.

The contest did not initially go to form, though, and Huth put the visitors ahead after just six minutes, before Vardy's goal finally stirred Allardyce's charges into life.



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