Watford captain Troy Deeney said his team were motivated to fight back from 2-0 down at West Ham because they felt their opponents were embarrassing them.
Dimitri Payet set up Michail Antonio's second goal with a rabona after Manuel Lanzini had tried to score with the same skill.
Odion Ighalo, Deeney, Etienne Capoue and Jose Holebas gave Watford victory.
"As a player I thought they were trying to mug us off a little bit," Deeney said.
"You can appreciate good skill and that was great skill for the second goal but as a professional you cannot allow someone to do that to you.
"You see that in the playground with six and seven year olds and we are grown men," he added.
This clip is from 5 live Sport, Saturday 10 September 2016.