MARKO ARNAUTOVIC inspired West Ham's late comeback against Bournemouth on Tuesday - however not everything went the Hammers forward's way.
However even the most hated referee ever to officiate a game involving West Ham agreed that Bobby Madley made a complete howler of yesterday's match against Bournemouth, which ended 3-3 after the 32-year-old Yorkshireman overruled his linesman in the most dubious and unique circumstances in order to award the CHerries an added-on time equaliser.More news: Virginia officials postpone draw to decide tied statehouse election
David Moyes' side had taken an early lead, when James Collins put them in front inside the first ten minutes, however, the Cherries levelled the fixture through Dan Gosling 30 minutes into the first-half. I don't know if I can be happy with this one point because, for me, the three points were taken away from us.
I think Madley was trying to be too clever by ignoring his assistant and he has to show trust in his colleague. I'm very pleased with how we played today, we were much more like ourselves with a lot of goal-mouth action and a lot of shots. I also believe subsequently there was contact between Wilsons arm and the ball before it went into the net.
Howe said, with Bournemouth winless in eight league games and still in the relegation zone.
The Austria forward then slotted home after Begovic could only redirect Javier Hernandez's effort, as West Ham looked set to steal the win. We talked about our game plan and what we wanted to do and that was certainly the furthest thing from our minds.