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West Ham Review of the Season: The average ratings

PUBLISHED: 09:30 25 May 2018

Marko Arnautovic with Hammer of year Trophy

Marko Arnautovic with Hammer of year Trophy

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Who was the best and the worst for the Hammers?

West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian celebrates his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester.West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian celebrates his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester.

Player of the year

Marko Arnautovic

Club record signing started as an embarrassment but helped by David Moyes, became an undoubted star.

2nd: Angelo Ogbonna; 3rd: Pablo Zabaleta.

West Ham United's Angelo OgbonnaWest Ham United's Angelo Ogbonna

Top rated Hammer

Marko Arnautovic

Had two threes and a four in his first three games and few had any faith in him improving, but turned it round in devastating style.

West Ham United's Mark Noble (left) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game during the Premier League match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester.West Ham United's Mark Noble (left) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game during the Premier League match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester.

West Ham ratings averages

Arnautovic 7.03

And the rest: Adrian 7; Collins 6.79; Lanzini 6.59; Zabaleta 6.51; Cresswell 6.5, Mario 6.5; Fonte 6.5; Rice 6.48; Noble 6.47; Antonio 6.43; Hart 6.39; Ogbonna 6.37; Cullen 6.33; Sakho 6.14; Reid 6.06; Obiang 6; Hernandes 6; Byram 6; Quina 6; Burke 6; Carroll 5.94; Ayew 5.9; Masuaku 5.87; Fernandes 5.87; Kouyate 5.76; Martinez 5.33; Evra 5.26.

West Ham United's Arthur Masuaku during the FA Cup Replay at the London StadiumWest Ham United's Arthur Masuaku during the FA Cup Replay at the London Stadium

Man of the match awards

10: Arnautovic

4: Ogbonna

West Ham United goalkeeper Joe Hart (pic: Daniel Hambury/PA)West Ham United goalkeeper Joe Hart (pic: Daniel Hambury/PA)

3: Zabaleta, Hart, Obiang, Hernandez

2: Adrian, Lanzini, Noble, Rice, Cresswell, Antonio

1: Reid, Collins, Masuaku, Ayew, Fonte, Carroll, Mario.

West Ham United's Pedro ObiangWest Ham United's Pedro Obiang

Top scorers

11: Arnautovic

8: Hernandez

West Ham United's Marko Arnautovic during the Premier League match at London Stadium.West Ham United's Marko Arnautovic during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

6: Ayew 5: Lanzini

4: Noble, Sakho,

3: Carroll, Antonio, Ogbonna,

2: Mario, Kouyate, Obiang

1: Masuaku, Burke, Collins, Cresswell.

The best and the worst

Best Team Performances

4-1 Huddersfield (a); 3-2 Spurs (a); 1-0 Chelsea (h).

Worst Team Performances

1-4 Swansea (a); 0-3 Burnley (h); 0-3 Brighton (h)

Best Individual Display

Noble v Leicester (a); Hart v Chelsea (a); Arnautovic v Southampton (h)

Worst Individual Display

Masuaku v Wigan Athletic (a)

Best Goals

Noble v Leicester (a); Obiang v Spurs (a); Ayew v Palace (a)

Luckiest/ Unluckiest game

Swansea (h) 1-0/Everton (a) 0-4

Funniest moments (and there weren’t many)

Stuart Pearce kicking the ball into orbit as the team held on against Chelsea.

Stoke fans calling Joe Hart England’s number four after his mistake.

Stuart Pearce telling Josh Cullen to get back on the pitch in his pants at Shrewsbury.

Joe Hart borrowing a cap from a fan at Shrewsbury.


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