West Ham player ratings vs Everton as Coufal and Fornals impress in disappointing defeat

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Lukasz Fabianski – No blame for Everton’s opening goal, and his usual solid performance. Vocal throughout and one double save from Richarlison, in particular, kept the Hammers in the match. 6

Vladimir Coufal – A couple of superb crosses that threatened the Everton defence and a solid effort as is to be expected from the Czech right-back. Came within the width of the post of scoring in the second half after a fine effort. 7

Issa Diop – Won a number of important headers and interceptions, a marked improvement from his performance against Burnley. His pace was key in covering for Dawson on a number of occasions. 6

Craig Dawson – A poor game for the centre-back, beaten in the air too often by Dominic Calvert-Lewin and did not give himself enough space to keep up with the striker as he sprinted past him for his first-half goal. 5

Aaron Cresswell off 59 – Under-hit a number of deliveries which is unusual for the normally reliable left-back. Looked to be struggling with a knock for part of the second half and was subsequently taken off after failing to recover. 6

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