Set piece cost Hammers - McDonald

West Ham assistant manager Neil McDonald says bad defending at a set piece cost his side three points in their 1-1 draw away at Swansea.

Andy Carroll put the Hammers in front before Mark Noble deflected the ball into his own net while defender James Collins was off the field having treatment for a head injury,

McDonald was deputising for manager Sam Allardyce who missed the game with a chest infection but kept in touch on the phone throughout.

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