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West Ham United 1-1 Everton

By Chris BevanBBC Sport
Manuel Lanzini puts West Ham 1-0 ahead
Manuel Lanzini puts West Ham 1-0 ahead

West Ham moved up to fifth in the Premier League despite having to settle for a point at home to Everton.

Manuel Lanzini put the Hammers ahead with a superb curling finish after Victor Moses' shot was blocked.

But Romelu Lukaku ran on to Gerard Deulofeu's perfect pass to level and extend his run of scoring against West Ham to seven successive games.

Winston Reid headed over for the Hammers and Lukaku went close late on but neither side could force a winner.

Lukaku happy to face the Hammers

Lukaku's remarkable run against the Hammers started on 21 September 2013, when he scored his first goal for Everton, the winner in a 3-2 Toffees victory.

Roberto Martinez hails 'terrific' performance

The £28m Belgium striker has scored the decisive goal on two further occasions against the east London side and, on top of two goals in FA Cup ties, this was the 11th point his strikes have helped secure for Everton in this fixture.

"That is my game, going in behind and trying to be clinical in a one-on-one," Lukaku said afterwards. "It was a great ball from Gerard and the finish was good.

"I am happy but I play to win games and I am disappointed not to win."

Payet injury a concern for West Ham

West Ham's average positions
West Ham's average positions show that Victor Moses (20) was their most advanced player and 43% of their attacks went down the right wing compared to 29% down the left

West Ham had scored at least two goals in nine of their 11 league matches going into Saturday's game but, as soon as Dimitri Payet hobbled off shortly after half-time, they looked far less dangerous.

Payet tried to continue after he was hurt by a James McCarthy challenge before the break, but his injured ankle lasted only five minutes of the second half.

The French play-maker had fashioned three openings during his time on the pitch, putting him level with Arsenal's Mesut Ozil as the players to have created the most chances - 47 - in the Premier League this season.

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic said afterwards: "We lost Payet because of a bad tackle. We can only hope that he will be OK and it is not going to be long-term, but we have to wait for the scan."

Without Payet, the Hammers struggled to break down the Everton defence, although Moses impressed down the right flank.

The threat Moses posed was as much to do with his pace and industry as any silky skills, but he was behind his side's goal and also got on the end of crosses when they were put in from the opposite flank.

But Andy Carroll was never able to make his presence felt in the box and, too often, the Hammers' promising build-up play went to waste.

Man of the match - Everton's Gerard Deulofeu

Romelu Lukaku scores Everton's equaliser
It was Gerard Deulofeu's perfectly-weighted through ball that released Romelu Lukaku to round Adrian and score Everton's equaliser, and the Spaniard's skill and desire to run at defenders lit up the game

Manager reaction

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: "We are never happy with one point, especially at home, but I was happy with the performance.

West Ham 1-1 Everton: Slaven Bilic urges Hammers to shoot more

"We needed that kind of positive reaction after what happened last week at Watford.

"Everton deserved a point but in my opinion we were slightly better than them."

Everton manager Roberto Martinez: "Once we got to grips with the intensity West Ham play with, I thought we were very strong, especially in the second half.

"Our concentration levels were very high once we had conceded, and we worked very hard as a unit defensively.

"We had quality going forward too and it seemed the winning goal would come but we just could not find the final pass."

What next?

After the international break, Everton host Aston Villa and West Ham make the short trip to north London to play Tottenham.

The stats you need to know

  • Romelu Lukaku has scored seven goals in seven games against West Ham for Everton (five in the Premier League, two in the FA Cup).
  • Lukaku's goal equalled the most number of goals he has scored against a single opponent in the Premier League; he has also scored five against Newcastle and Liverpool.
  • Manuel Lanzini is the first West Ham player since Bobby Zamora in 2006-07 to score against both Merseyside clubs in the same season.
  • Only David Silva (six) and Mesut Ozil (nine) have more Premier League assists this season than Gerard Deulofeu (five).
  • The Hammers haven't beaten the Toffees in the league in 15 attempts (D5 L10), their last win coming in April 2007 courtesy of a Bobby Zamora goal.
  • Everton have lost just two of their last 10 Premier League away games (W4 D4 L2).


West Ham

Formation 4-2-3-1

  • 13Adrián
  • 12Jenkinson
  • 5Tomkins
  • 2Reid
  • 3Cresswell
  • 8Kouyaté
  • 16Noble
  • 20Moses
  • 28Lanzini
  • 27PayetSubstituted forE Valenciaat 50'minutesSubstituted forZárateat 69'minutesBooked at 90mins
  • 9CarrollSubstituted forJelavicat 87'minutes


  • 1Randolph
  • 10Zárate
  • 11E Valencia
  • 21Ogbonna
  • 26Jelavic
  • 30Antonio
  • 39Cullen


Formation 4-2-3-1

  • 24Howard
  • 23Coleman
  • 5Stones
  • 25Funes MoriBooked at 59mins
  • 32Galloway
  • 16McCarthyBooked at 34mins
  • 18Barry
  • 19DeulofeuSubstituted forLennonat 83'minutes
  • 20Barkley
  • 9KonéSubstituted forMirallasat 64'minutes
  • 10Lukaku


  • 1Robles
  • 4Gibson
  • 11Mirallas
  • 12Lennon
  • 14Naismith
  • 21Osman
  • 30Holgate
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Match Stats

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    Match ends, West Ham United 1, Everton 1.

  2. Full Time

    Second Half ends, West Ham United 1, Everton 1.

  3. Post update

    Manuel Lanzini (West Ham United) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  4. Post update

    Foul by John Stones (Everton).

  5. Post update

    Attempt saved. Kevin Mirallas (Everton) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Ross Barkley.

  6. Booking

    Mauro Zárate (West Ham United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

  7. Post update

    Foul by Mauro Zárate (West Ham United).

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    Aaron Lennon (Everton) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  9. Post update

    Foul by James Tomkins (West Ham United).

  10. Post update

    Kevin Mirallas (Everton) wins a free kick on the left wing.

  11. Post update

    Attempt saved. Mauro Zárate (West Ham United) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Aaron Cresswell.

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    Manuel Lanzini (West Ham United) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  13. Post update

    Foul by James McCarthy (Everton).

  14. Substitution

    Substitution, West Ham United. Nikica Jelavic replaces Andy Carroll.

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    Offside, Everton. Ross Barkley tries a through ball, but Romelu Lukaku is caught offside.

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    Foul by Andy Carroll (West Ham United).

  17. Post update

    Ramiro Funes Mori (Everton) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  18. Post update

    Attempt missed. Romelu Lukaku (Everton) right footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Brendan Galloway with a cross.

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    Attempt saved. Mauro Zárate (West Ham United) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Mark Noble.

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    Attempt blocked. Mauro Zárate (West Ham United) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Manuel Lanzini.