Noble and Moyes share the blame after West Ham throw point away. Hammers went toe to toe with Manchester United and shouldn’t have been relying on a late penalty to earn a draw
David Moyes defended his decision to bring on Mark Noble to take West Ham's injury-time penalty, which was saved, in their dramatic late Premier League defeat by Manchester United. The West Ham manager immediately summoned Noble from the bench after his team, trailing 2-1, had been awarded a stoppage time spot-kick following a handball by Luke Shaw. Even though the penalty kick was Noble's first touch of the ball, Moyes said he had no regrets about his call regarding a player who had previously
The Foxes lost 2-1 at Brighton.