West Ham earned a point against Crystal Palace, with Wilfried Zaha scoring a second-half equaliser to deny the Hammers.
Zaha had a deflected shot go in, a goal that cancelled out Mark Noble’s earlier penalty.
Noble had put the Hammers in front in the first half, but Manuel Pellegrini’s side will have to settle for a point against the Eagles.
Here’s how we rated West Ham after the draw.
Lukasz Fabianski - 8
Kept West Ham in the game. Made some superb stops but was helpless for the goal.
Ryan Fredericks - 7
Made some crucial interceptions and stops and handled the pressure well.
Issa Diop - 6
Did well until the goal, unfortunate to help Zaha’s shot in.
Angelo Ogbonna - 6
Kept busy all afternoon. Did well though and gave a good account of himself.
Aaron Cresswell - 7
Kept Andros Townsend quiet and was also good going forward.
Declan Rice - 6
Not his best game by a long shot, but did well and was key in winning the penalty.
Michail Antonio - 7
Did well in the first half and won the penalty.
Mark Noble - 7
Slotted the penalty home well.
Robert Snodgrass - 5
Didn’t offer much really.
Felipe Anderson - 6
Was a threat but second half was much quieter.
Javier Hernandez - 6
Did okay but looked isolated in the second half. Replaced by Arnautovic.
Marko Arnautovic – 6
Pablo Zabeleta – N/A
Pedro Obiang – 5