Allardyce: If West Ham Make Goal Second Hurdles to MU

London – Reaching for a draw on a team of Manchester United is considered quite satisfactory by Sam Allardyce. But the manager of West Ham United was regretted wasting several chances they created.

West Hours appear much more dominant in the first half at home to Manchester United on Sunday (02/08/2015) night. In the first half of their successful six shots, where three of them forcing David De Gea to rescue a hit in the bottom of the net.

The Hammers finally started to make goals in the second half through Cheikhou Kouyate. Although after the MU that turns a lot of press, the hosts had a chance to lock up the victory when kicking Mark Noble unmarked in front of the penalty box to grab the bait attractiveness released Matthew Jarvis from the left side is blocked De Gea.

“The players are brave and they should be. It looks fantastic and I think we will see victory achieved but it is not so. We just need to look for a second goal and it failed to make it though this opportunity is there,” said Sam Allardyce at the BBC.

MU is more dominant in the second half finally scored the equalizing goal in injury time period. Menyealkan goal that occurred ahead of the game completely, Allardyce admitted remain dissatisfied with the points achieved.

“In the end we could not anticipate long passes MU – it’s like they just throw it forward and see what happens then. It was not a normal thing see Manchester United play like that, but in the end they get what they want.”

“If you look at how much rescue performed De Gea today it may be as valuable as a draw when Daley Blind scored the equalizing goal. In many ways, I think we were the better team, we just could not keep it until the game ended,” he finished.