Moyes drops weird Bowen criticism

David Moyes insists Jarrod Bowen might have modified the sport for West Ham towards Arsenal if he’d “left his foot in” when being tackled by Aaron Ramsdale.

The Hammers had been crushed 2-1 on the London Stadium in a recreation which has dealt a extreme blow to the Irons’ hopes of ending within the high six.

A win would have seen Moyes’ males leapfrog Manchester United into sixth however the outcome was a disappointing one, and the second half was a very dismal efficiency.

One of many headline moments noticed Bowen despatched clear by means of down the fitting channel, and Gunners goalkeeper Ramsdale rushed out to satisfy him, sliding in and making a problem. Bowen went down however was booked by referee Mike Dean for diving.

And Moyes has now taken the quite odd resolution to criticise Bowen for managing to keep away from the deal with, which appeared reckless on the replays.

Talking to the club’s official web site, the boss stated: “Jarrod scored once more and that’s good for him, however he most likely might have modified us the sport if he’d left his foot in towards the goalkeeper within the problem with their goalkeeper that he made.

“However he’s an important boy and I’m positive he wasn’t entering into any method [to simulate].

“However you see so many gamers now, the goalkeepers come dashing out and the centre ahead leaves his foot in and lets the goalie take him out and I feel Jarrod might simply have finished that at present.”

Author: Londonlad

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