West Ham ended the year with a disappointing 2-0 defeat at the hands of Burnley.
The Hammers travelled to Turf Moor looking to end 2018 on a high following a confidence-boosting win away at Southampton on Thursday evening.
However, Sean Dyche’s men were able to convincingly defeat Manuel Pellegrini’s side as goals from Chris Wood and Dwight McNeil secured all three points for the hosts.
Take a look at how we rated West Ham’s players following the loss against the Clarets.
Lukasz Fabianski - 5
Beaten too easily for both goals. Was solid in large parts, however.
Michail Antonio - 4
Worked hard but was pulled apart at the back. Sustained an injury.
Issa Diop - 3
Diop had a stinker. The Frenchman endured a tough afternoon on what was perhaps his worst day as a West Ham player so far.
Angelo Ogbonna - 2
Failed to recover after two costly errors that led to goals in the first half.
Aaron Cresswell - 5
Cresswell worked relentlessly hard but was often out of position. Ineffective.
Declan Rice - 6
Did the simple things well but wasn’t particularly influential.
Mark Noble - 3
Off the pace, ineffective and out of sorts, Noble had a torrid afternoon at Turf Moor.
Robert Snodgrass - 4
Anonymous before he was substituted. A quiet afternoon for Snodgrass.
Felipe Anderson - 4
Looked to create but Burnley simply stymied him. He ran out of ideas.
Lucas Perez - 2
Useless. Did nothing right and offered West Ham no genuine outlet.
Marko Arnautovic - 5
Arnautovic worked hard and aimed to be inventive but he had little service to work with.
Andy Carroll – 6: Nearly scored late on but was denied by Tom Heaton.
Grady Diangana – 6: Worked hard and added something of a spark to West Ham’s attack.
Xande Silva – 6: Looked threatening but couldn’t influence the match.