Moyes proud of West Ham’s exit from Europa League. After missing first game affecting qualification.
West Ham United manager David Moyes said after the 1-0 defeat by Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League semi-final second leg.
West Ham were beaten 1-0 in Germany. After their first game at home to a 2-1 loss, costing them their first European Cup final in a year 1976. Which Moyes admitted that defeat in the first leg had a huge impact.
“To be honest I think we only missed a few seconds in our own home game. And that’s when we conceded the goal. We made the game harder.” Moyes told The UFABET
“I am proud of all my players. We played really well with having to have 10 players left. They stood up to fight. If it was another team in this situation maybe losing a few goals then I think we have a better chance than them. But in the end, I wish them all the best in the final.”
West Ham manager David Moyes has been shown a red card for his return of Eintracht Frankfurt’s ball boy in the Europa League semi-final second leg.
The Premier League ‘s representatives had to play with fewer players early in the game following Aaron Creswell’s red card before Rafael Borre’s lead took the lead to 3-1 on aggregate. In the 26th minute before ending up in defeat by the visiting team and having to be eliminate.
One of the unsung moments of the game. When the Scottish boss threw the ball back at the picker in anger as he felt he was being delay as the team needed a goal. Return urgently