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Our West Ham ratings at Everton

PUBLISHED: 13:08 31 October 2016 | UPDATED: 13:14 31 October 2016

West Ham United's Angelo Ogbonna looks dejected after the Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool.

West Ham United's Angelo Ogbonna looks dejected after the Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool.

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Who was our West Ham man of the match at Goodison Park?

West Ham United's Winston Reid holds off Everton's Idrissa Gueye (left)West Ham United's Winston Reid holds off Everton's Idrissa Gueye (left)

RATINGS

Adrian 8 (man of the match)

Made a stunning save from Barkley in the first half and made more saves at the death. Debatable whether he was at fault for the first goal, I think not.

Winston Reid 7

West Ham United's Edimilson Fernandes (centre) battles with Everton's Kevin Mirallas (left) and Bryan Oviedo during the Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool.West Ham United's Edimilson Fernandes (centre) battles with Everton's Kevin Mirallas (left) and Bryan Oviedo during the Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool.

Brilliant in the first half keeping Lukaku at bay with some superb tackling, but once the striker got his goal, he found it tough to cope with Everton.

Angelo Ogbonna 7

A much better performance from the big man, especially in the first half where even his clearances found their target. Suffered a little bit after the break, like the whole defence.

Cheikhou Kouyate 7

Everton's Ross Barkley (left) and West Ham United's Pedro Obiang battle for the ballEverton's Ross Barkley (left) and West Ham United's Pedro Obiang battle for the ball

Controlled display which helped keep Lukaku at bay in the first half, but was no threat going forward in this game, which is the price you sometimes pay for having him in defence.

Edimilson Fernandes 6

After two great matches, this was not quite as effective. Attempted shot was blocked and almost cost a goal, while he jumped in and went to ground for one tackle which was almost costly too. Still looks a great prospect.

Aaron Cresswell 7

Referee Anthony Taylor books West Ham United's Michail AntonioReferee Anthony Taylor books West Ham United's Michail Antonio

Managed to get forward when he could to useful effect, but nothing quite came off for the wing-back. Adds great balance to the team.

Mark Noble 6

After his heroics of Wednesday night, this was not quite so good, but he worked hard and had a useful shot but was overshadowed by Barkley.

Pedro Obiang 6

Everton's Ramiro Funes Mori and West Ham United's Simone Zaza battle for the ballEverton's Ramiro Funes Mori and West Ham United's Simone Zaza battle for the ball

Managed to get into the box in the first half and have a shot, but he did lose the ball on occasion in this game, was booked and then replaced on the hour.

Dimitri Payet 7

Ran the game in the first half, putting players in for chances and also ghosting his way into the box for a chance of his own. Faded in the second half and his free kicks were poor on the day.

Manuel Lanzini 6

West Ham United's Andre Ayew ...West Ham United's Andre Ayew ...

Not in the best of form at the moment. Missed another good chance and as Everton began to dominate he disappeared a little and lost the ball. Replaced.

Michail Antonio 7

Looked at his best when darting down the wing and taking players on. Put in a couple of decent through balls, but as an attacker he never really carved out any clear-cut chances.

Subs

Andre Ayew (for Obiang, 60) 6

Looked fairly sharp and got involved and managed a shot that was blocked. Certainly looks well on the way back.

Simone Zaza (for Fernandes, 71) 4

After the promise of that display at Palace, normal service has been resumed in the last two matches. Just never looks like scoring. Not good enough.

Sofiane Feghouli (for Lanzini, 78) 6

Got involved and put in a couple of decent crosses, but the game was already up when he arrived.

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