Moyes hints referee’s decisions favoured Chelsea

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West Ham boss David Moyes is yet to get a win against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in his managerial career, and was on the losing side yet again as his team were beaten 3-0 by Chelsea on Monday night.

The Hammers boss was a disgruntled figure after the game as his side weren’t able to take anything from the game.

West Ham failed to get a single shot on target and David Moyes was frustrated at the lack of chances created by his players despite a positive display at Stamford Bridge.

“We didn’t defend well enough for the last two goals certainly,” Moyes said.

“We had our chances and did a lot of good things, but not enough good things in either box when it mattered.

“I thought it was a really big test for us tonight coming to Chelsea. They had lost a few games and we knew how hard it would be. For long periods we did plenty of good things, but not enough.”

Jarrod Bowen had a goal ruled out for West Ham earlier in the first half, and although Moyes refused to talk about the incident, he hinted that the officiating favoured Chelsea on the night.

Speaking on the performance of referee Chris Kavanagh, the Scot added: “I don’t know I just thought the level wasn’t good all-round. Any decisions certainly didn’t go our way.”

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