Poor second half stuns boss

Last updated : 23 November 2013 By Plymouth_hammer

“All the West Ham fans who travelled to Norwich have seen us play away all season with a fantastically resilient record, conceding one goal at Hull City from a penalty that should have been a penalty,” said Big Sam.

“Then we put in a performance in the first half here and completely dominated the game and finally got the goal we were searching for to give us the platform to go on and get three points rather than drawing.

“Our defending then threw it away from our point of view, rather than actually showing that resilience yet again to gather the three precious points we should have won.

“The disappointed lies in the fact that when the opposition beats you because they have been better than you, you accept that, but when you have gifted the opposition three points that is so difficult to take based on our first half performance.”