The Hammers got a little lost in the past few weeks, winning only one of their last five games to drop to tenth round of the fixtures

A very conservative team selection by David Moyes against Brighton was puzzling and resulted in a disappointing draw against the relegation candidates

Southampton also regretted a missed opportunity when they drew with Fulham and are forced to do without manager Ralph Hasenhuttl after a member of the manager’s family tested positive for coronavirus

Pablo Fornals, Manuel Lanzini and Andriy Yarmolenko are all pushing for a start as Moyes tries to shuffle his backpack during tough game list Jarrod Bowen has played Brighton at halftime, though that’s likely more tactical than a reaction to theirs Performance was

Youngster Ben Johnson scored and should keep his place in the back, despite Mikhail Antonio still on pause

65 minutes: Benrahma finds some space and drives to Southampton, lies down with Haller, who finds Fornals. His shot is blocked, but an encouraging move

63 minutes: Fabianski finally has to save, while Walcott drills you out of reach. Just save, but at least do something

60 minutes: Benrahma replaces Lanzini with the Hammers and immediately flames one far over the bar

57 mins: Southampton is back at it now and pinning the hammers back in. They have to get too clear when Romeu shoots across the bar

50 minutes: Strong start into the second half from the Hammers, Yarmolenko and Fredericks, who are getting a lot out of Bertrand on the right side of West Ham

It’s very, very cold in St Marys and soccer haven’t done anything to warm anyone up yet

42 minutes: West Ham finally put pressure on Southampton when Yarmolenko hits a cross, Fornals joins and nods to Fredericks, whose header falls into McCarthy’s hands

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