West Ham manager David Moyes has commented on Aaron Cresswell’s red card late in the first half. The Hammers draw at home to Olympique Lyonnais 1-1 in the Europa League quarter-final first leg last Thursday. The second game will travel to France next week.
“First of all, you have to consider the foul on Jarrod Bowen at that moment Cresswell’s red card [Aaron Cresswell’s red card],” said the Hammers boss.
“I hope VAR will consider that part of the play. Of course, I will not comment to the referee. I will answer another question. But tonight UFABET I’m not going to cause any trouble to the referee.
“In the second half we really recovered. We had a break in the first half with 10 men left which was difficult. We stood up and had 1-2 chances. Overall in the second half it was a back-to-back performance but we were playing well.
“I don’t know if the pressure is gone or not because we want to qualify. But most of the time tonight the players work together. We are not playing well and can only do better next week.”
West Ham battle to Lyon draw after losing Aaron Cresswell to first-half red card Jarrod Bowen was on target as West Ham battled to a 1-1 Europa League quarter-final first-leg draw against Lyon after Aaron Cresswell was controversially sent off.
The Hammers, playing in the latter stages of a major European competition for the first time in 41 years, were up against it after Cresswell was harshly dismissed for a foul on Moussa Dembele before half-time.