East Ham cruised to a resounding 4-0 win over already-relegated Norwich to quickly put the disappointment of their Europa League semi-final exit behind them.
here’s how Moyes David‘ side rated at Carrow Road…
Lukasz Fabianski 6
Got away with a goal disallowed after beating at the cross and otherwise unworked until smart block denied Pukki late and kept the clean sheet.
Vladimir Coufal 6
Produced an outrageous first-time cross on the fly for Fornals’ chance, although the flag would have ruled it out.
Craig Dawson 7
Important block to deny Gilmour’s volley and the key to air presence to win the penalty before hobbling injured.
Kurt Zouma 7
Marshalled Pukki with ease until late occasions, but will have had more trying days sitting on the sofa.
Aaron Creswell 6
Quietly solid, which was probably just the ticket after Frankfurt’s red card.
Declan Rice 7
Commanding as always in midfield even without his Czech teammate by his side, then slotted into central defense.
Pablo Fornal 7
An elegant display and a threat with late runs in the box that often go unattended.
Manual Lanzini 7
Started in a deeper role in Soucek’s absence but soon realized Norwich’s lack of threat and had fun. Nice penalty.
Said Benrahma 8
Opened the scoring with a deflected effort and then effectively ended the game as a contest with a superb finish before halftime.
Jarrod Bowen 8
Ball smartly shifted for the opener, before the pass behind created the second, then assisted the third as well. Has 20 goals in a superb league campaign.
Michael Antonio 7
The first league goal since New Year’s Day was an absolute giveaway, but forced into half-time, still feeling the effects of Hanley’s heavy tackle.
Andriy Yarmolenko (Antonio 46′) 6
Led the line after Antonio left but rarely threatened.
Noble Mark (Dawson 67) 6
Given a cameo on his 35th birthday, much to the delight of traveling support.
Nikola Vlasic (Benrahma 75′)
Unused: Areola, Johnson, Masuaku, Fredericks, Soucek, Kral