David Moyes was left reeling by his team’s performance, as they found themselves 4-0 down at half-time in the match against Arsenal. This led to a sense of embarrassment among the West Ham fans, with many leaving the London Stadium early.
Roy Keane heavily criticized the Hammers players for their lackluster display, declaring their performance as “absolutely shocking” and a “disgrace.” Keane lamented the lack of movement and effort from the West Ham players, emphasizing their inability to challenge or even put pressure on the opposition.
He expressed disbelief at their sluggish and uninspired performance, suggesting that Moyes would have been furious at halftime. The defeat for West Ham allowed Arsenal to narrow the gap to Premier League leaders Liverpool by two points, positioning them as contenders in the title race.
Keane emphasized the significance of the match for Arsenal, stating that a loss would have diminished their chances significantly, and highlighted the importance of securing a win in the context of the tight race at the top of the table.