How did the players fare in Newcastle United's 4-3 win over West Ham?

NEWCASTLE (4-3-3):

4 Dubravka: Should have done much better with Kudus’ goal given he got a hand to the shot

4 Livramento: Spent time in both full-back positions, but was powerless to prevent West Ham’s breakaway third goal

5 Lascelles: The stand-in skipper failed to make it beyond the midway point of the first half before he was forced off with a knee injury

6 Schar: Kept on battling away despite feeling his knee in the second half – his commendable was commendable

5 Burn: Was moved into a central-defensive position after Lascelles went off, and battled away gamely

6 Longstaff: Helped get Newcastle onto the front foot in the closing stages, even if he missed a good chance

8 Guimaraes: Was a key part of the Magpies’ comeback, winning tackles and driving his side forward

5 Willock: Didn’t really offer anything going forward and was unable to contain West Ham’s creative midfielders

6 Murphy: Improved as the game wore on, and delivered some decent crosses in the second half

8 Isak: Scored two goals from the spot and also claimed an assist as he set up Barnes’ first goal

8 Gordon: Won both penalties and was heavily involved in Barnes’ winner, but picked up a needless late red card


3 Krafth (for Lascelles, 17): Was culpable for West Ham’s equaliser as he played Antonio onside – subbed off early in second half

5 Almiron (for Livramento, 56): Lasted just 11 minutes before he was forced off through injury

7 Anderson (for Willock, 56): Made a positive impact as he made a series of breaks into the box

6 Hall (for Krafth, 56): His positive approach helped Newcastle in the closing stages

9 BARNES (for Almiron, 67): Turned the game with two superb late finishes that secured the three points

(not used): Karius (gk), Dummett, Ritchie, White.

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

Areola 6 (Fabianski 46, 5); Coufal 3 (Ings 90), Mavropanos 4, Zouma 5, Emerson 4; Ward-Prowse 6 (Johnson 84), Soucek 6; Bowen 7, PAQUETA 8, Kudus 7; Antonio 7 (Phillips 68, 3).

Subs (not used): Cresswell, Ogbonna, Earthy, Mubama, Cornet.

Man Of The Match: HARVEY BARNES – Won the game in his substitute cameo as he fired home two brilliant finishes.