6 Pickford: Didn’t have a chance with either of West Ham’s goals and made a decent early save from Lanzini
6 Jones: Made some useful surges down the flank before he was forced off with concussion, but lost Collins for West Ham’s second goal
7 Denayer: Handled Carroll’s aerial threat reasonably effectively and currently looks a much better bet than the out-of-form Kone
6 O’Shea: Coped fairly well on his return to the side, with his lack of pace not really being tested by a one-paced Hammers attack
6 Manquillo: Slotted in at left-back to replace the injured Oviedo and made some effective breaks down the touchline
5 Gibson: Didn’t have much of an influence prior to providing the cross that eventually led to Borini’s goal
7 Cattermole: Had to tread a fine line after his first-minute booking, but kept his composure well and was always a battling presence
5 Ndong: Gave the ball away cheaply on a number of occasions and failed to find the target with a great second-half chance
9 KHAZRI: Clearly had a point to prove on his return to the side and was involved in all of Sunderland’s best moments, even if his goal was a fluke
5 Defoe: Not one of the striker’s most productive days as he was well shackled in the area by Collins and Fonte
6 Anichebe: His presence makes a massive difference to the Sunderland attack, but he should have done better against Collins for West Ham’s second
Januzaj (for Cattermole, 76)
Borini (for Jones, 87)
Kone (for Manquillo, 89)
(not used): Mannone (gk), Djilobodji, Pienaar, Rodwell.
WEST HAM (4-2-3-1):
Randolph 4; Byram 6, Collins 7, Fonte 6, Masuaku 6; Kouyate 5, FERNANDES 7; Snodgrass 6 (Nordtviet 81), Ayew 6 (Calleri 90), Lanzini 6; Carroll 7.
Subs (not used): Adrian (gk), Cresswell, Feghouli, Fletcher, Rice.
Man Of The Match: WAHBI KHAZRI – Sunderland’s forgotten man made quite an impression as David Moyes finally granted him a return to the side.