West Ham goalkeeper Fabianski exits with hip injury
- Moyes celebrated emphatically after Declan Rice appeared to salvage an injury-time draw only for his effort to be ruled out due to the slightest of hand balls
Defeated by Sheff United, West Ham boss David Moyes provides update on Lukasz Fabianski injury.
West Ham thought they had scrapped a draw in second-half injury-time through Robert Snodgrass.
Moyes on Fabianski
Moyes provided an update on Fabianski after the defeat, stating it looks to be a recurrence of his old injury.
West Ham dealt an injury blow just 13 minutes in vs Sheff United.
Lukasz Fabianski returned to his post between the sticks at the back end of 2019 after missing a substantial part of the campaign through injury.
However, Fabianski’s return looks to have been short-lived with the experienced shot-stopper coming off after 13 minutes on Friday.
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West Ham beaten by Sheff United 1-0
David Moyes hits out at VAR as West Ham boss rages at ‘really good goal’ that should have been given
The weekend’s Premier League action kicked off on Friday evening with West Ham travelling to Sheffield United.
The Hammers had looked a much better side since David Moyes took the reins.
West Ham would hammer Bournemouth 4-0 in Moyes’ inaugural game back with the London outfit before seeing off Gillingham in the FA Cup.
However, West Ham were handed a reality check vs the high-flying Blades.
Sheff United had the better of the chances throughout much of the evening and eventually took the lead with 53 minutes on the clock.
However, VAR would rule the Scotsman’s effort out with Declan Rice adjudged to have handled the ball in the build-up to the goal.
As a result, West Ham returned to London empty-handed and are now in danger of slipping into the relegation zone this weekend, should Aston Villa and Bournemouth win their respective ties.