David Moyes admitted he was upset with West Ham United’s players who should score more goals after their 1-0 win over Everton, but praised the defensive header for Angelo Ogbonna.
The winning goal for West Ham, which became the 29th set-piece (excluding penalties) since David Moyes returned to coach this round, the
Hammers had chances to score several times, but not. Success and Moyes admits they should have scored more goals.
“I’m a nod because I think we should have more goals when we were playing. Or should have the opportunity to tell more, “Moyes said
,” I have to give credit to Everton, but they stand the game well when we broke the box, and we did not do well enough in the “
when. Speaking of their set-pieces, Moyes replied: “Today there is a new trend for set-piece coaches and we try to play well in set-pieces.
“We need people who want to head goals, Craig Dawson did well last year, Zouma was good, Ogbonna headed and we had one or two players who scored goals.
” I want the team to compete, I want the team to play out, whether it’s on the way, win for us and today we Thok have “
” it’s great for West Ham as well, because we want to fight. Go and do well in both the league and European games.”