Had the nightmare scenario of the Moyesiah getting his first ever win at Anfield.
Very under par performance.
We did have 25 shots. We thought beforehand that it would be a routine win, somewhat similar to the away game, so we had to put a shift in to get the result. Every title race usually has a game like this. In 1989 it was Nottingham Forest, in 1990 it was Southampton, in 2009 it was Fulham, in 2014 it was Sunderland, in 2019 it was Burnley, but we just about get the job done.
West Ham have won once here in nigh on 60 years, but despite that record, it's still more wins than Moyes has managed. It doesn't matter who or what he sends out to face us here, contain us, have a go, park the bus, all he leaves here with is a frown.
With 95 points taken at home from the last 99 available since we last beat West Ham at home, it's been 21 straight home wins since we last beat Bournemouth at home. To beat that record, our next home game is against Bournemouth. A win there will also equal our longest unbeaten run since the start of the current season, set in 1988. Back then, it was a major league milestone, now it's another step on the road to the top of the mountain.