David Moyes admitted his players have to take responsibility for the 6-0 humbling against Arsenal in what was 'one of the most disappointing' days in charge of West Ham.
The Hammers were stunned in their own home soil as Arsenal have entered the record books. Bukayo Saka (2), William Saliba, Gabriel Saliba, Leandro Trossard and Declan Rice fired forMikel Arteta's side.
The victory made it four consecutive wins for the north London side as they provided a response to title rivals Liverpool. Arsenal remain two points from Jurgen Klopp's side.
As for goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, he will want to quickly forget about the afternoon. The former Paris Saint-Germain shot-stopper became the ninth goalkeeper in Premier League history to concede six or more times against Arsenal.
«It is certainly is up there as one of the most disappointing days as manager of West Ham,» Moyes told Sky Sports. «It's one of those days which you don't want to happen very often, and it happened today.
»It's not been like my teams in the past. I'll take a bit of time and look at it and see if I can fix it. I take the responsibility, I pick the team but the players have to take responsibility.
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«It's really important we do those jobs really well. We will always try to be as well organised as we can be. Arsenal were very good — we mustn't take that away. We weren't good.»
Supporters found a quick exit when the Hammers trailed 4-0 at the break at the London Stadium. «I'm a football supporter, I understand that,» Moyes added.
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