West Ham’s inconsistencies this season continued as they stuttered to a 2-0 defeat at home to Everton on Saturday evening. 

Manuel Pellegrini’s side had the chance to move as high as seventh in the Premier League but mustered just one shot on target in their defeat against the Toffees. 

The Hammers have lost three of their last six in the league, and were booed off at half time against Everton as two first half goals were enough for Marco Silva’s side. 

Kurt Zouma gave the away side the lead just five minutes into the game, setting the tone for the rest of the match. 

Bernard doubled the Toffees’ lead 12 minutes before the break and Richarlison hit the bar in the second half as Everton continued to dominate the home side.

The Hammers now face a tough run of fixtures in the league with Chelsea, Manchester United, Leicester and Tottenham to come in their next four games.

Here’s how we rated the Hammers against Everton.