Fabio Borini struck late on as Sunderland drew 2-2 with West Ham to deny the Hammers what would have been an important win on the road to Premier League survival.
The Wearsiders' spirited display tempered some of the ill-feeling within the Stadium of Light crowd, with the first half having witnessed chants of "We want Moyes out" directed at Sunderland boss David Moyes. There was a bit of dash against West Ham United - redundant in the context of their league position - but Saturday was also notable for a section of the ground railing against the manager, jeering on each occasion he strode towards his technical...
The Hammers scored early in each half and twice led at a subdued Stadium of Light, only to concede two freakish equalisers and end the game with ten men following Sam Byram's red card.
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Moyes was booed whenever he went into his technical area during a ten-minute spell midway through the first half, but just as the atmosphere looked like turning nasty, Sunderland hauled themselves back into the game in the most unlikely of fashions.
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. "It is a point, we wanted three and we were close". We tried to get after them right away but unfortunately we conceded early, which was poor.
"I've probably made more mistakes than anyone in the dressing room over my career, so when we make them, we have to put them out of mind and move on". "Managers not doing well, teams not doing well, they deserve to take their frustrations out on somebody and almost always, it's the manager". I have to accept it.
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"I just keep in mind to myself that I think I have got the third- or fourth-best win record in the Premier League". I don't appreciate losing every Saturday but we pick it up. Substitutes:Havard Nordtveit (for Snodgrass, 81 mins) 6, Jonathan Calleri (for Ayew, 90 mins) 6.
"We score goals as a team and we concede goals as a team, we win or draw or lose as a team so I'm not going to point the finger at one player".
Former Liverpool player Fabio Borini had only just taken to the field to replace Billy Jones, who suffered a head injury, when he fired in a low shot past West Ham goalkeeper Darren Randolph.
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