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Moyes reacts to Hart's error and West Ham comeback

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The team of OGC Nice line up during the UEFA Europa League group K match between Vitesse and OGC Nice

"I have great belief and we've had some good games but we've been really unfortunate". "We'e playing well, we have an incredible support behind us, and I'm pretty sure come Sunday, there won't be many stadiums rocking the way ours can rock". We're willing to fight and we have got the supporters behind us.

All three decisions were correct calls by referee Michael Oliver, following a hard few days in which he and his wife have been abused after he awarded Real Madrid a last-minute penalty against Juventus and sent off Gianluigi Buffon in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The point left West Ham seven points clear of the relegation zone.

"I must have walked under a ladder or broken a mirror", said Lambert. "He had a good game today".

Kevin Durant scored 32 points, six rebounds and six assists, while Klay Thompson had 31 points and five assists as the Warriors took a 2-0 lead in their Western Conference play-off game against San Antonio Spurs, thanks to a 116-101 victory. "We've just had a win and two draws and at this time of the season that's not too bad". "If we have 40 I think it's a lot to ask the teams below us to get it".

Lambert had to be courageous and he was when he brought on 37-year-old Crouch for Bauer, who was playing in midfield but is usually a defender.

That's the view of BBC pundit Chris Sutton who saw West Ham goalie Hart spill a Xherdan Shaqiri shot to allow Peter Crouch a tap-in. "I was surprised we went behind as I thought if anyone went ahead it'd be us".

But unless they have a turnaround in fortune in the final four games, he will not have many more chances to extend that record.

The injury-hit striker has been out since the turn of the year following ankle surgery but took just four minutes to secure a point which edged the Hammers closer to survival.

Although Hart was relieved his howler didn't cost West Ham all three points, his mistake did little to boost his chances of starting for England in the World Cup.

Butland didn't know much about Arnautovic's angled shot that struck the Stoke keeper in the face on 36 minutes after Pablo Zabaleta had kept the ball in play on the right, and Arthur Masuaku flashed a long-range effort wide of the right post moments later.

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