West Ham player ratings vs Norwich: Rice as commanding as ever with Bowen continuing superb season
West Ham strolled to a resounding 4-0 victory over already relegated Norwich to put the disappointment of their Europa League semi-final exit swiftly behind them.
Here’s how David Moyes’ side rated at Carrow Road...
Lukasz FabiaÅski 6
Got away with one over disallowed goal after flapping at cross and otherwise unworked until smart block to deny Pukki late on and preserve clean sheet.
Vladimir Coufal 6
Produced outrageous first-time cross on volley for Fornals chance, though flag would have ruled it out.
Craig Dawson 7
Important block to deny Gilmour volley and aerial presence key to winning penalty before limping off injured.
Kurt Zouma 7
Marshalled Pukki with ease until late chances but will have had more taxing days sat on the sofa.
Aaron Cresswell 6
Quietly solid, which was probably just the ticket after Frankfurt red card.
Declan Rice 7
Commanding as ever in midfield even without his Czech mate alongside him, then slotted in at centre-back.
Pablo Fornals 7
Classy display and a menace with late runs into the box that often went untracked.
Manuel Lanzini 7
Started in a deeper role in Soucek’s absence but soon realised lack of Norwich threat and enjoyed himself. Cool penalty.
Said Benrahma 8
Opened the scoring with deflected effort and then effectively ended game as a contest with superb finish before half-time.
Jarrod Bowen 8
Shifted ball smartly for opener, before pass in behind created the second and then assisted the third, as well. Has 20 goal involvements in a superb league campaign.
Michail Antonio 7
First league goal since New Year’s Day was an absolute gift but forced off at half-time still feeling effects of hefty Hanley tackle.
Andriy Yarmolenko (Antonio 46’) 6
Led line after Antonio departure but rarely threatened.
Mark Noble (Dawson 67) 6
Given a cameo on 35th birthday, to delight of travelling support.
Nikola Vlasic (Benrahma 75’)
Unused: Areola, Johnson, Masuaku, Fredericks, Soucek, Kral