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'Everton's players spent most of first-half kicking the ball into touch' in West Ham draw

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"West Ham are locked in yet another survival fight, a point above 18th-placed Aston Villa, and this was a missed opportunity given that Everton’s players spent most of the first half taking it in turns to kick the ball into touch.

After 90 attritional minutes, Everton, the team to which David Moyes almost returned, prised a point from West Ham United, the team to which he actually did return.

“Our first half was better than the second half,” David Moyes said.



"It wasn’t much of a game.

"For Ancelotti, it is about reaching a level of defensive organisation that they can cope with set-pieces - Issa Diop's opener for West Ham was the ninth from a dead ball that Everton have conceded this season - and from there, he also needs to reduce the individual errors.

“We had our chances and didn’t take them.” "...it was a poor game between two poor teams at London Stadium, where home fans staged a static protest against co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold.

For all the effort and endeavour on display, it wasn’t pretty."
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