"He is a little bit of a Zlatan inasmuch as the players look to him", Moyes said, as reported by Goal.
"The points we've picked up in recent games will help us".
Hart spilled Shaqiri's shot from 18 yards out and substitute Crouch reacted quickest to score on the rebound.
On their survival chances, he added: "We can take heart in our remaining games, there are some winnable ones, if we can win three who knows?"
"I was concerned, because I'd seen him play for Stoke sometimes and I didn't think he did all the running back defensively", he added.
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"Joe Hart faced a few similar shots in first half he gathered them easily, so it unfortunate that one bounced up and caught him out". "I have great belief. I thought we played a really good game and if we keep playing like that, we will win games", Lambert told a post-match news conference.
Since then though Stoke have collected just four points from the 36 available to them, they've lost their last four on the spin, and they are firmly rooted in the relegation zone six points from safety, effectively seven if you consider their goal difference. Earlier in the season, the Hammers claimed a 3-0 win at Bet365 Stadium, and we are backing them to complete a double over their opponents.
He'll be eager to score against his former employers that's for sure, just like he did in the reverse fixture in December, and I can see the highly talented Austrian getting on the scoresheet at some point during the game if the Hammers click into top gear.
"Since this manager's come in we've shown a lot of character and have stopped shipping goals. But if he can continue to come off the bench and give us 20 or 30 minutes, that will be more than handy as he showed tonight".
- Andy Carroll has scored three goals in his last three Premier League appearances, spanning January (two games, two goals) and April (one game, one goal).
"I think the ref the decisions right from what I have heard".