Lacazette: â€œMy feeling is mixed between proud of team for coming back in the second half and being poor in the first half. We did not respect the coachâ€™s game plan.â€
West Ham love an own goal. Jamie Carragher will have enjoyed it.
Let us all try and make sense of that. West Ham will be disappointed with not taking away all three points but they certainly played their part in an absolute cracker of a clash. I am sure Moyes will have a few complaints about some of the officiating, so it will be interesting to hear from him.
Full-time! West Ham 3-3 Arsenal
WHAT A GAME! I spent most of the first half explaining how ruddy awful Arsenal were but they showed plenty of character and quality to bounce back. With Odegaard pulling the strings and Chambers whipping in dangerous crosses every five seconds, they were more than good enough for the win. West Ham, however, also had their chances after the break with Antonio left to rue his miss. I think we should just all be very pleased how good the game was.
90+2 mins: West Ham get a free-kick on the right. Coufal whips the ball into the box but Leno reads it and punches clear.
90 mins: Arsenal have a dangerous free-kick around 30 yards from goal on the right. Odegaard, Arsenalâ€™s best player, swings it towards the far post but no one can get on the end of it, as the ball bounces inches wide.
Three minutes added on.
88 mins: Another incredible Chambers cross is flung into the box, forcing Fabianski off his line to punch away.
86 mins: Rice drives from the edge of his own box, beyond the halfway line and into the Arsenal box, before whacking a fearsome drive which Leno palms away.
Down the other end, Pepe has a chance but his shot is a tame one and Fabianski gobbles it up.
84 mins: Our man at the match.
GOAL! West Ham 3-3 Arsenal (Lacazette, 82)
RUDDY HELL! Pepe gets to the byline and pings a beautiful cross to the back post where Lacazette is waiting between two defenders, allowing him to head home.
80 mins: Chambers is the new Beckham judging by his crosses from the right. The latest causes panic in the defence but the Hammers just about get it clear before and Arsenal man to get a shot away.
78 mins: Fredericks is coming on for West Ham as the hosts look to shut up shop. I am not sure that will guarantee it.
76 mins: Bloominâ€™ heck! Lingard powers into the box and the ball is jabbed a shot towards goal, it goes under Leno but Chambers is there to clear before a claret shirt can pounce on the loose ball.
Benrahma gets through the Arsenal defence and flings the ball across the six-yard box but a stretching Antonio can only push the cross onto the post with the goal gaping.
Justin Kavanagh asks: â€œSo which Hammer will get the equalizer? My moneyâ€™s on Cresswell marking his big day by sticking one past Fabianski.â€
Moyes might come on to do it.
74 mins: Rice swings a cross for Antonio to attack but Arsenal players are in the way and the ball is sent clear.
Noble is coming on for Bowen, while Smith Rowe and Pepe replace Xhaka and Saka. A bold move by the Gunners.
72 mins: Antonio seems to be operating as an auxiliary left-back at the moment, which is a sign of how far West Ham have been pushed back.
70 mins: Pepe and Ceballos are warming up. I suspect Pepe will be the first one to come on but I canâ€™t think who for. Maybe Saka.
68 mins: Lacazette and Aubameyang combine, allowing the latter to get into the box, with the ball eventually landing at Odegaardâ€™s feet. The Norwegian smashes a shot straight at a defender, though. Odegaard is playing superbly between the lines now.
66 mins: The ball is played into the box by Lingard, reaching Bowen whose first shot is blocked and then Antonio has his effort turned behind.
Now it is Moyes who will have changes on his mind. Maybe he will need to bring Benrahma off in favour of someone a bit more defensive-minded.
63 mins: Odegaard swing in a corner from the right but Diop is there to head clear. The ball comes straight back at the Hammers and they are really under the cosh here.
GOAL! West Ham 3-2 Arsenal (Dawson og, 61)
West Ham are very unhappy as Moss are given a free-kick after Bowen goes down. The referee is right, though, allowing Arsenal to restart quickly, as Odegaard slips the ball to Chambers to fire in a sharp cross which Dawson whacks into the back of his own net. Thatâ€™s two in two weeks for the defender. GAME ON!
59 mins: Antonio takes West Ham into the opposition box for possibly the first time this half but he only succeeds in thwacking a drive over the bar.
Aubameyang and Coufal go down together on the edge of the box. The West Ham man goes into the book for blocking off the Gabonese striker, getting a booking for his troubles, not helped by the fact he grabbed hold of the ball before the whistle was blown.
57 mins: Moyes gets onto the pitch after referee Moss blows up with West Ham in a good position. Moss has a word with the Hammers boss, who is not happy still. He is continuing his moans with the fourth official.
55 mins: Odegaard swings in a free-kick which Luiz gets on the end of but he can only lift the ball over the bar. West Ham have barely had a kick since the break.
Stephen Carr says: â€œAfternoon Will. I wouldnâ€™t be surprised if Arsenal got back in to this. Moyes doesnâ€™t handle this sort of situation well.â€
53 mins: Odegaard flicks the ball into Lacazette on the edge of the box, allowing the Frenchman to spin and whack a left-footed shot towards goal but Fabianski holds it well.
51 mins: It is West Hamâ€™s turn to be camped inside their own area and Arsenal look for a way through. Arsenal are certainly on top here and look like creating plenty of chances.
49 mins: Peter Oh says: â€œTomas Soucek is certainly burning the candle at both ends so far. If he manages to get himself sent off as well heâ€™ll have outdone Erik Lamelaâ€™s rabona goal-and-marching orders combo from last week.â€
Only time will tell.
47 mins: Lacazette gets beyond the West Ham backline and lifts the ball over Fabianski. Just as it looks like the ball into the back of the net, Diop gets back and overhead kicks the shot off the line. Arsenal have started the second half where they left off in the first.
David Harris has an answer: â€œTo answer David Goldinerâ€™s quibble, the ball was stationary for a few seconds before Lingardâ€™s pass (also, on the replay you can just see Jared Bowen signalling for Lingard to nip it through quickly).â€
Ruth Purdue says (re 15:35 post): â€œWhy is loaning out Lingard a problem? He deserves to play week in, week out. It wasnâ€™t some sort of diabolical plan from Ole.
â€œI personally appreciate his qualities but I think I was a minority at United. His link up plan at speed especially is excellent. He was shown Iniesta videos when coming through at United.
â€œLingard playing like this and enjoying himself is great to see after everything he has been through, especially his dealings with Him.â€
There is no issue with it. Itâ€™s a good thing (unless youâ€™re a Leicester or Chelsea fan).
David Goldiner asks: â€œArsenal are garbage but …
â€œExplain why it was OK for West Ham to restart for second goal when ball was moving and ref puling out his foam.
â€œWhat determines when you can restart?â€
The referee is the all-knowing arbiter.
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Half-time: West Ham 3-1 Arsenal
All it took for Arsenal to get up to speed in this game was to concede three goals. The Gunners were pitiful in the opening half an hour, allowing West Ham to run riot. The Soucek own goal will at least make the second half a bit more fun.
44 mins: Soucek dives into a tackle on Odegaard, catching the Real Madrid loanee on the top of the foot. Not much in it, to be fair.
42 mins: Chambers marauds down the right once more but West Ham have enough bodies back to block the cross. Odegaard swings in the corner from the right but West Ham force the ball out of the area via the goalkeeperâ€™s fist. Partey whacks a shot but it flies high and wide.
40 mins: It might end up being a Soucek own goal as the ball looked to be going wide when it hit the midfielderâ€™s shin and flew beyond Fabianski. Will it be enough to get Arsenal back into this?
Arsenal certainly look livelier now, as Lacazette flicks a pass through for Saka who beats Cresswell for pass but his fierce drive from 20 yards is well held by Fabianski.
GOAL! West Ham 3-1 Arsenal (Lacazette, 38)
Chambers pings a cross into the box, which is controlled by Lacazette around the penalty spot, allowing the Frenchman to smash a half-volley into the net via a deflection off a man in claret and blue.
37 mins: What can Arsenal do to change things? First of all, they can bin off their two mediocre centre-backs, then find a better right-back. It might also be useful to learn that if you are incapable of passing the ball out of the back to stop doing so.
36 mins: Itâ€™s a really good job Arsenal have picked Chambers because he is tall. Itâ€™s made a huge difference so far.
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