To be more specific, Randolph made four stops at the King Power to add to the quartet of his second debut last Saturday, eight saves in two matches, not bad even if he has had to pick the ball out of his net five times.
The goalkeeping display was a rare shining light for David Moyes on another abysmal night and supporters agreed, with one calling him the Man of the Match, another describing his showing as “very good” and a third stating how good it is to have the 33-year-old back.
2 small positives. Randolph played well and stopped it being 7-1. Loved the new chant that’s a variation of Martins in Goal. “We’ve got a chance Roberto’s in Spain!” 🤣🤣 and that is why I will keep supporting West Ham. 🎪🎪🎪⚒
— HammerKev (@TiggerWHU) January 23, 2020
Randolph motm and we conceded 4 goals
— grady⚒ (@Diangxna) January 22, 2020
This has been truly appalling from West Ham. Antonio was excellent when he came on. Fornals tried and Randolph was very good. Otherwise, everyone was poor. Lanzini worst of all.
Overall, obviously gutting.
One positive tonight was Darren Randolph, feels good to have a good keeper again.
— Louis (@louis_warwick) January 22, 2020
Darren Randolph how I’ve missed you 😍😍😍
— Reece Hamilton (@RyseHamilton) January 22, 2020
Darren Randolph’s been superb #COYI
— Lou (@Lou1232) January 22, 2020