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David Moyes subtly lays the blame at one man’s feet for defeat to Manchester City

 West Ham United was defeated 3-1 by Manchester City.

Overall, West Ham had a respectable day at work; Man City will be significantly superior to practically every Premier League opponent they face this year.

Although there were a few things that David Moyes would not have liked, he would have been generally pleased with how the Hammers played.

A clear error by Nayef Aguerd resulted in Man City’s equalizer.

Additionally, Moyes was obviously dissatisfied with the Moroccan’s contribution to Bernardo Silva’s goal.


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Aguerd to blame for West Ham defeat to Manchester City

Moyes spoke to reporters after the game at the London Stadium yesterday afternoon.

And the Scot subtly laid the blame at Aguerd’s feet for the 3-1 defeat, as quoted by WHUFC.com:

“I was more disappointed with the second goal. I thought it was poor, the second goal but, overall, I was pleased with how the players have performed and what we’ve tried to do.”

These errors seem to be made by Aguerd far too frequently.

It was truly awful how he allowed Bernardo to get the ball yesterday by letting it float over his head.

If the 27-year-old wants to keep his spot in the Hammers starting lineup, he needs to get himself together quickly.

But after his yesterday gaffe, I believe Moyes should move him to the bench. It’s not like it was a singular occasion either; he has made mistakes throughout the season.

Let’s hope he swiftly picks his thoughts back up.



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