David Moyes surprised by Joe Hart error

David Moyes surprised by Joe Hart error

West Ham cult-hero Carlton Cole took to Twitter to heap praise on Andy Carroll after the striker scored a stunning equaliser in stoppage-time during the Hammers' crucial Premier League clash with Stoke City on Monday.

Hart spilled Shaqiri's shot from 18 yards out and substitute Crouch reacted quickest to score on the rebound.

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As it is they remain in grave danger, five points from safety with four matches to play.

"It is a blow because we were so close to winning", Lambert told Sky Sports. We had good chances for an away team but I know they had a couple of goals disallowed too. The intent is to go and win and we will do everything we can to get three points.

"If we can get a win on Sunday then it really sets the cat among the pigeons, that's for sure".

Carroll s third goal of the season - in his first appearance since January - was a priceless contribution for West Ham, who are now seven points above the bottom three.

"I must have walked under a ladder or broken a mirror", said Lambert.

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"The ball came in and it was right on the path of my left foot so I just whacked it!"

Andy Carroll's volley salvaged a point for Moyes' men but Hart will be in the spotlight after a second mistake in four games since being restored to the West Ham team.

This time, however, England manager Gareth Southgate was in attendance, running the rule over Hart and opposite number Jack Butland.

Chances were far and few in the opening stanza, however, Stoke keeper Jack Butland made a massive stop in the first half on Marko Arnautovic when the ball struck the face of the England worldwide.

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The striker, out injured since the turn of the year, was sent on as a last throw of the dice by David Moyes with West Ham trailing to Peter Crouch's goal.

First, Arnautovic converted Aaron Cresswell s cross, but he had strayed marginally offside.

The offside flag came to the visitors' rescue again on 66 minutes when Edimilson Fernandes beat Butland with a low shot from outside the box, but Arnautovic was in the gloveman's line of sight.

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