West Ham’s performance was a far cry from Saturday’s 1-0 home win over champions Chelsea, which was their first under David Moyes, but the former Manchester United and Everton manager was happy with the outcome.
Having survived a fierce Arsenal onslaught, the Hammers almost grabbed a late winner when substitute Javier Hernandez saw his shot cannon off the underside of the bar following a comedy of errors in Arsenal’s defence.
Forward Alex Iwobi hit the post in the first half and midfielder Jack Wilshere blasted over the bar from eight metres after the break, with West Ham goalkeeper Adrian also making several good saves.
With Arsenal losing their patience, Hernandez pounced and watched in dismay as his fierce shot from the edge of the penalty area hit the woodwork and bounced inches in front of the goal line.
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