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West Ham spoilers again under David Moyes, frustrating Arsenal in draw

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from the London Stadium after West Ham held Arsenal to a 0-0 draw in the Premier League on Wednesday:

1. West Ham spoilers again as Gunners frustrated

Arsenal were held to another frustrating away draw that dented their top-four aspirations even further, as David Moyes' West Ham claimed another impressive result against a top team.

Arsene Wenger's decision to ring the changes both in terms of personnel and formation backfired as the Gunners struggled to create...

 By Michael Cox

West Ham grab surprisingly comfy 1-0 win over lacklustre Chelsea

Marko Arnautovic's 6th minute strike against Chelsea was enough to give David Moyes his first win as West Ham manager.
English Premier League: Marko Arnautovic (6') West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

LONDON -- Three points from Chelsea's stunning 1-0 defeat against West Ham United on Saturday at the London Stadium.

1. Chelsea awful in defeat at West Ham

On a cold, sleepy Saturday lunchtime at the London Stadium, this didn't feel like a London derby. There were no crunching challenges, no fiery atmospheres and no controversial moments: it was a 1-0 victory that would have been considered entirely routine were it not the underdog that triumphed. West Ham went ahead after six minutes through...

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Man City grab another late win, beat West Ham to stay eight points clear

David Silva's sweet finish seven minutes from time completed Man City's comeback in a 2-1 victory over West Ham.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Man City's come-from-behind 2-1 win over West Ham at the Etihad.

1. Man City leave it late again

Until this week, Manchester City had not been behind in the Premier League since August but twice they have had to save themselves. Against Southampton on Wednesday, a 96th-minute goal from Raheem Sterling was required for victory. David Silva's winning goal came rather earlier here, in the 83rd minute, but the league leaders are not finding the gears with...

 By Adam Hurrey

November review: Can anyone stop Manchester City or Mohamed Salah?

The Exploding Heads recap November which included more manager movement in the Premier League and World Cup heartbreak.

November saw Manchester City creep closer to a Premier League record and a struggling West Ham team in bad form. Adam Hurrey looks back at the month's winners and losers.

Who won the month? Manchester City, again. Obviously.

Another month, another set of challenges for Pep Guardiola, another clean sweep. It looks increasingly bizarre that the only team to have denied Manchester City some Premier League points this season were Ronald Koeman's pre-implosion Everton, but perfection would be a bit boring,...

Wayne Rooney deepens Moyes gloom and reminds of his talent with wonder goal

Wayne Rooney scored a hat trick for Everton, including one from beyond the halfway line, to beat down West Ham 4-0.

LIVERPOOL -- Wayne Rooney marked the return of David Moyes and the grand entrance of Sam Allardyce with the first hat trick of his Everton career... and to think it all began with a missed penalty.

Rooney's night in the 4-0 win against West Ham ended with a standing ovation. The 32-year-old's stunning second-half goal, struck from inside his own half, capped an incredible performance which inspired Everton to a crucial victory and hands Allardyce the perfect springboard from which to launch a successful...

 By Nick Miller

Moyes' home debut suggests he just may be deserving of West Ham job

LONDON -- There was a point in David Moyes's first home game as West Ham manager when things could have really turned against him. His team was being emphatically outplayed by a Leicester side who had taken an early lead, and Moyes's men looked like they didn't have the wit to string three passes together, never mind score a goal.

The new manager stood on the touchline with his arms folded and head shaking, as if he was the only man in the stadium who couldn't believe what shambles was unfolding...