Moyes: 'I thought we played better in the second half' vs Everton

David Moyes Looks To Stick Boot Into Former Club Everton With Win In Relegation Six-Pointer

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"I hit it as well as I have ever hit a football".

The first one Rooney headed after Hart saved his penalty on 18'.

Moyes has so far collected just one point from three games in charge. And actually, our missed penalty in the second half I think changed it in in their favor as well.

West Ham travel to Liverpool on Wednesday to face Everton in a Premier League match.

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It is a staggering move from Everton chief Farhad Moshiri following the dismissal of Ronald Koeman six weeks ago.

Speaking shortly after the end of the one-sided contest at Goodison, Moyes admitted that he was concerned with his West Ham side's attitude rather than the tactics deployed or the players' fitness levels. The goal was a real frustration for West Ham' keeper Jordan Pickford.

The Scot might have been forgiven for believing his chances of success were strong against a group formerly so bereft of belief or direction, having won just as soon as in 12 games. Wildly raising his arms and ranting at the 23-year-old, The Sun claimed that a lip-reading expert caught the boss calling him a w****r, an allegation that was sternly refuted by Redmond on Twitter. "So I think there were some moments where I think we can say we improved, but we didn't enjoy what we saw in the first half". Rooney was enduring this problem at the start of the 2015-16 campaign but finally got off the mark with style, netting three goals against Club Brugge. An improved second half performance was ultimately masked by the final score.

"I really want to give him the support he needs", said the Toffees owner. Caretaker David Unsworth picked the team, but the players may have been incentivised to prove something to their new boss.

"He was very passionate, intense and aggressive - but he was only very complimentary and positive to me", he wrote. Listening to some pundits and commentators, you'd swear the ghost of George Best had floated on the pitch, dribbled around every player twice and scored with a scorpion-kick.

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