Moyes fumes over Reid's winner
West Ham United 1 Sunderland 0
David Moyes is convinced West Ham's stoppage-time winner which floored Sunderland should not have stood. Winston Reid snatched victory for the hosts with the last kick of the match, a shot from the edge of the box through a crowd of players.
But Black Cats boss Moyes felt Hammers substitute Jonathan Calleri was in an offside position - and in goalkeeper Jordan Pickford's line of sight - as the ball flew past.
However, referee Bobby Madley gave the goal and rock-bottom Sunderland were consigned to a seventh defeat from nine matches this season.
"The match official thinks it's onside, I definitely think it's offside," said Moyes. "You could tell by his reaction, he walked towards the linesman, so he was aware there was a problem with it.
"That's what the disappointing thing is. The players earned something from this game - it might not have been pretty, but we are trying to build confidence.
"We should have dealt better with the corner but we still needed a decision to go our way, and it didn't go our way."
The goal was certainly harsh on Sunderland, who after somehow surviving a Dimitri Payet onslaught for the opening half an hour looked like holding out for a point.
Sunderland simply could not handle the France midfielder in the opening stages. Payet curled one shot inches wide, crashed another against a post and went on a mazy run past four defenders into the area, only to be denied by another save-of-the-season contender by Pickford.
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