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The Best And The Worst Rated Players From The West Ham vs Liverpool Game

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Angelo Ogbonna scored a last-minute winner for West Ham in extra-time as they beat Liverpool 2-1 to make it through to the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Michail Antonio scored a brilliant volley to put The Hammers in front before Coutinho scored a well-worked free-kick just after half-time. West Ham should have had a penalty in the second half after Ilori clearly brought down Valencia.

Liverpool had plenty of chances to win the game in extra-time before West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna scored the winner in the last minute of extra-time with a looping header.

This was an entertaining FA cup match and we will provide the player ratings from the game at Upton Park.

West Ham

Darren Randolph – 8/10

Joey O’Brien 6/10

Winston Reid 7/10

Angelo Ogbonna 7/10

Aaron Cresswell 6/10

Cheikhou Kouyate 7/10

Pedro Obiang 6/10

Mark Noble 7/10

Michail Antonio 7/10

Enner Valencia 7/10

Dimitri Payet 7/10


Andy Carrol 6/10

James Collins 6/10

Victor Moses 6/10


Simon Mignolet 6/10

Jon Flanagan 6/10

Tiago Llori 5/10

Lucas 6/10

Brad Smith 6/10

Pedro Chirivella 5/10

Kevin Stewart 5/10

Joao Carlos Teixeira 5/10

Jordan Ibe 6/10

Christian Benteke 5/10

Philippe Coutinho 7/10


James Milner N/A

Daniel Sturridge 7/10

Divock Origi 6/10

It’s now back to back defeats to Liverpool, but this one will be hard to take as they were undone by a set-piece in the final minutes of the extra time and clearly the Liverpool manager was unhappy about the way his team went down.

“They got a free-kick without a foul and we conceded a goal,” said Klopp. However, he only wanted to take the positives out of the game.

“Liverpool in this moment is not the most sunny. 2-0 in the lead [against Sunderland], manager in hospital, out of the FA Cup, but tomorrow when we get up the sun will shine. If we want, all together, we can take a lot of positive things out of this game.”

The defeat means that the Capital One Cup final is the only chance for Liverpool to pick up any silverware this season and their only focus will have to shift to the league where they are in a tough run to make it to the Europa League places.