West Ham kicked off their pre-season campaign with an entertaining 3-2 win over Austrian side SCR Altach.
The Hammers raced into a two-goal lead before the half-hour mark, with Carlos Sanchez heading home an opener before Michael Antonio doubled the lead after a well-worked move.
The Austrian side then responded, with Manfred Fischer grabbing one back before half time.
Christian Gebauer then equalised for the hosts three minutes after the interval, however, the Hammers were back in front shortly before the hour mark.
Defender Issa Diop headed home Jack Wilshere’s cross to win the game for Manuel Pellegrini’s side.
The Chilean used 22 of his 28 man squad during the 90 minutes, with the majority of his side getting some much-needed game experience under their belts.
The Hammers are next in action against Manchester City in the Premier League Asia Trophy on Wednesday.
But before then, we’ve decided to rate the performances from the 22 players after the opening friendly win.
Roberto - 7
The 33-year-old made his Hammers debut on Thursday and looked comfortable for the most part. The Spaniard couldn’t do much for either goal and impressed with some excellent distribution throughout.
Ryan Fredericks - 5
Fredericks looked shaky before being replaced by Pablo Zabaleta at the interval. The 26-year-old was caught out of position for Altach’s goal and struggled to impress going forward.
Issa Diop - 7
Wasn’t tested much throughout and powered home the winner in the second half. Made way for Declan Rice after 68 minutes.
Angelo Ogbonna - 6
Looked to lose Fischer for Altach’s first goal but looked solid enough during the first half.
Ben Johnson - 7
The teenager impressed during the first half. Despite being caught out in the early stages, Johnson grew throughout and hit the crossbar with a long-range effort.
Carlos Sanchez - 6
A bit of a hot and cold performance from the midfielder. He did grab the Hammers first goal of pre-season before being subbed at half time.
Mark Noble - 7
Was his usual reliable self and provided an exquisite pass for Antonio to double the lead.
Manuel Lanzini - 7
Another impressive display in the opening friendly. Rarely gave the ball away and beat defenders on numerous occasions.
Robert Snodgrass - 7
The Scot produced a brilliant delivery for Sanchez’s opener and was solid during the opening stages.
Felipe Anderson - 7
Had the beating of the opposing full-back on multiple occasions and looked a class above in the opening 45 minutes.
Michael Antonio - 6
Netted the second with a cool finish before being substituted at the break.
Pablo Zabaleta - 5
Didn’t get involved in attack and rarely featured ina. defensive aspect.
Winston Reid - 5
Again, not much to do for the experienced defender but was good to see him back out there after 12 months out.
Pedro Obiang - 5
The midfielder wasn’t really involved in the second half and failed to stamp his authority on the game.
Jack Wilshere - 8
Was arguably the Hammers’ best performer in Austria. Produced a brilliant delivery for Diop’s winner and regularly had the Altach defence on strings.
Josh Cullen - 5
Was keen to impress after replacing Noble but went quiet as the second half went on.
Andriy Yarmolenko - 4
Hardly had a touch of the ball on his return after nine months out. Will be hoping to influence more ahead of the new campaign.
Grady Diangana - 6
Got on the ball regularly and showed great pace after replacing Anderson.
Javier Hernandez - 6
Despite links of a move away in recent weeks, the Mexican put in a solid performance in his new number nine shirt.
Sam Byram - 6
The right-back replaced Johnson with 20 minutes to go and didn’t put a foot out of place as the game reached its conclusion.
Declan Rice - 5
Came on for Diop at centre-back and wasn’t tested during the final stages.
David Martin - 6
Made his Hammers debut for the final 20 minutes and made a couple of comfortable claims after replacing Roberto.