How did the players fare in Newcastle United's 2-2 draw at West Ham?

WEST HAM (4-2-3-1):

Areola 6; COUFAL 8, Zouma 6, Aguerd 5, Emerson 7; Soucek 6 (Kudus 76), Alvarez 6; Bowen 6, Ward-Prowse 6, Paqueta 7; Antonio 5 (Benrahma 75).

Subs (not used): Fabianski (gk), Ogbonna, Kehrer, Fornals, Cornet, Mubama, Ings.

NEWCASTLE (4-3-3):

6 Pope: Was badly at fault for West Ham’s opening goal, but partially redeemed himself with a crucial late save from Bowen

8 Trippier: Had a major hand in both of Newcastle’s goal, with his deliveries from the right causing a succession of problems

6 Lascelles: Seemed to enjoy the physical tussle with Antonio, but his positioning occasionally let him down

7 Schar: Got the better of West Ham’s forwards for most of the game and produced a couple of important challenges

7 Burn: Spent most of the second half on the front foot and almost scored with a header that was clawed away

6 Longstaff: Improved in the second period as he pushed forward into a more attacking midfield position

6 Guimaraes: Spent most of the first half sitting extremely deep, but played his part in his side’s second-half improvement

5 Tonali: Struggled to get into the game in the first hand, and seemed to shy away from a block as Kudus equalised

6 Almiron: Came close with a first-half strike that whistled wide, but didn’t exert a lot of influence in the final third

8 ISAK: Produced two clinical finishes to claim his two goals – and came within inches of a hat-trick as he hit the post

6 Anderson: Didn’t look comfortable playing as a central striker towards the end of the first half – looked better when playing out wide


Murphy (for Almiron, 82)

Wilson (for Isak, 85)

Targett (for Anderson, 90)

(not used): Dubravka (gk), Dummett, Manquillo, Hall, Livramento, Ritchie.

Man Of The Match: ALEXANDER ISAK – Only Erling Haaland has scored more Premier League goals than the in-form Swedish striker this season.