West Ham fans praise Moyes after masterminding sensational comeback

‘Brilliant game management’: West Ham fans praise David Moyes after masterminding sensational comeback at Spurs… but some joked he should have stayed away like when he was self-isolating when they conceded three inside the first 16 minutes!

  • West Ham went three goals down in 16 minutes against Tottenham on Sunday  
  • It was David Moyes’ first game in the dugout since recovering from Covid-19 
  • Incredibly, the Hammers rescued a draw with three goals in the final 10 minutes

West Ham fans have take to social media to praise manager David Moyes after he oversaw an incredible comeback from his side against Tottenham on Sunday.

The Hammers were 3-0 down with eight minutes of normal time remaining before goals a strike from Fabian Balbuena, an own goal from Davinson Sanchez and a stunning last-gasp effort from Manuel Lanzini.

A supporters believe Moyes deserves plenty of credit.

David Moyes after he oversaw an incredible comeback from his side against Tottenham 

‘Brilliant game management by Moyes,’ wrote one. Stayed in the game and went for it in the last 15 minutes.’

‘Moyes is currently proving a lot of us wrong and deserves credit!’ another tweeted.

Twitter was not quite such a positive place for Moyes during the first half, however.

His side made a dreadful start and fans were quick to suggest that Moyes’ return to the dugout was the reason for it.

The 57-year-old had missed the club’s last four games after testing positive for Covid-19 along with Issa Diop and Josh Cullen last month.

He had been working from home during that time and supporters took to social media to joke that he should have stayed there after the Hammers went 3-0 down after 16 minutes at Spurs.

West Ham made a dreadful start to Sunday’s clash with Tottenham, quickly going 3-0 down

The hammers won both of their Premier League games during Moyes’ absence, thrashing Wolves 4-0 and Leicester 3-0. 

‘Two games sat on his sofa, six points,’ wrote one fan on Twitter. ’20 minutes back in the dugout – 3-0 down.’

‘David Moyes is becoming the poster boy for working from home here,’ another tweeted.  

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