Super Eagles winger Victor Moses has claimed that Sunderland were a tough opponent despite helping West Ham to a 2-2 away draw in the premier league match played at the Stadium of Light.
The Nigerian was again selected in the starting line-up for the fourth consecutive match by manager Slaven Bilic and he was very impressive in the 58th he stayed on the pitch as he assisted Carl Jenkinson’s goal.
The home side began the game brighter as they raced to a two-goal lead within the first 22 minutes but fell apart when Jeremain Lens picked up a straight red for a silly foul and it allowed the Hammers into the match courtesy goals from former Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson and the in-form Dimitri Payet.
‘Tough game but worked hard to get a result and we move on to the next now,’ Moses tweeted after the match.
After eight games West Ham are fifth on the premier league log while Sunderland are 19th with just three points.