Right, that's about all I can handle - the excitement has got too much. Enjoy your Saturday night, especially if your team had made it to the fifth round of the FA Cup. Goodnight.
While Match of the Day is going out on the tellybox, we'll also bring it to you here on the BBC Sport website, along with what we like to call the Match of the Day Social. I see it as a further opportunity to debate with you if you're of the opinion that this game was anything better than poor.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic speaking to BT Sport: "They had a few moments, we had a few moments. They were better in the second half, they could run more and were better at winning the second balls so it is a great result for us.
"We lacked tonight that kind of quality we normally have in the last third of the pitch so overall I am happy with the result.
"When you make two subs in the first half your hands are tied in the second half. It limited our options and we had to wait to make a third substitution. Kouyate should be OK for Tuesday hopefully."
Caulker handball? "I didn't see the replays so I can't comment. I shouted a few times, they shouted a few times, the crowd shouted a few times but that is part of the game."
James Tomkins, by the way, had to have 13 stitches in his head. That will leave a nasty scar.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: "My feeling is satisfaction. The game was even in the first half. Liverpool were the better side in the second half until the final 10 or 15 minutes. Our keeper made a couple of saves and so I was satisifed.
"Maybe not people were expecting this Liverpool team to play that well or match us but on the other hand Liverpool when they play at home in their shirt are a big team so I am happy. It is always hard to get a clean sheet. We didn't want a replay but we can live with that schedule. One more game isn't going to be a big problem for us.
"We deserve a replay and for that reason I have to congratulate my players. It will be a great night to play Liverpool at Upton Park. It will be one of the historical games."
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Kolo Kenneth: Nothing describes Liverpool better than Toothless Bulldog.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, speaking to BT Sport: "We had the bigger chances but now we have to play again.West Ham have good quality in their team and play well in the league. We tried everything, you need a bit of luck.
"I was pleased with the whole team. Steven Caulker played for the first time in his position in defence and did well but I cannot fault anyone, they tried and gave all. We played much better than we did at West Ham, but we didn't score so it is not over.
"[On any injury news] Not now. I was fully focused on this game. The 10 players we changed had the day off today so hopefully nothing happened to them."
Mohit Pasricha: Just got out of Anfield. Whilst there were no goals, the young lads didn't look out of place in a Liverpool shirt. Encouraging.Copyright: Getty Images
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: "The players defended well, they played brave football and had good structure. We could not let the other guys run again after the Stoke game so it was good. At the end it was a draw and so we will try again.
"We had a few set plays that were not too bad. We had our chances, you need that bit of luck but there was nothing to criticise. We go again."
West Ham keeper Darren Randolph, speaking to BT Sport: "It was a cagey start to the game, we just couldn't put the ball in the back of the net. We got the draw through and will take them back to Upton Park."
Paul Rosenberg: Re:81mins - Maybe if BBC and BT bothered to look beyond Man Utd and Liverpool, they'd find more entertaining games to televise.Copyright: AP
West Ham defender Winston Reid, speaking to BT Sport: "Liverpool played well, even though they changed a lot of the team. We couldn't get the goal today where hopefully we will get the win. We came here, we wanted to try and get to the next round but we got a draw so hopefully we can finish it at home."
Remember you can watch highlights of this match and all of today's FA Cup ties on Match of the Day tonight at 22:30 on BBC One. When they show this game, it might be the ideal time to make a brew.
Bradley Hull: Well that was dull.
David Blayney: If you just watched the Liverpool-West Ham game do you feel that you just wasted 90 odd minutes of your life
Former Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live
"The young Liverpool lads did very well, the future long-term looks very good. Short term? Too many games for Jurgen Klopp's liking I suspect.
"West Ham, now, you would feel will be favourites to go through because it will be an even younger team put out by Klopp in the replay."
West Ham, by the way, only managed one shot on target. Liverpool had 18 attempts in total, but only a third were anywhere the onion bag. Some anaemic striking.Copyright: Reuters
Noel Fitzpatrick: Anyone who moaned about the "non regular starters" should be apologising. The guys who came in played really well..
"So Jurgen, what do you think about having yet another game?"Copyright: Reuters
Former Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live
"It must have been very, very frustrating for both managers and sets of players, but particularly Liverpool. They had chances but it just seemed like no-one had the confidence to turn around and smack the ball into the net."
All over. We have to do it all over again. A young Liverpool side did well against an under-par West Ham, but it hasn't been great. You would hope for better from the replay.Copyright: Getty Images