Date: 23rd January 2020 at 7:46pm
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Lots of West Ham fans on Twitter spotted one thing wrong with David Moyes’ tactics for the Leicester thrashing, the absence of Pablo Fornals.

Despite being one of the club’s better players in this horrible season and in relatively good form with four goal contributions in his last nine league outings, the gaffer followed up taking him off early last Saturday with dropping him altogether, whilst keeping the ineffective Manuel Lanzini in the side.

It seems that the boss has taken a bizarre disliking to the Spaniard, only fielding him for 111 of a possible 270 minutes in the last three matches.

Supporters were not happy with this team selection decision and were perhaps proved right when Moyes decided to introduce the playmaker at half-time.

Alongside Michail Antonio, he helped Mark Noble to pull one back and the team to lodge a much-improved performance in the second half…