"We have to pick up more points to be safe".
The Premier League match between Sunderland and West Ham will not be broadcast on live TV in America.
David Moyes praised Wahbi Khazri following his inspired display against West Ham United today.
The Hammers twice led thanks to goals from Andre Ayew and James Collins, but a late strike from Sunderland substitute, Fabio Borini earned the home side a share of the spoils.
The game was just seconds old when midfield enforcer Lee Cattermole was booked for a trip on Ayew on the edge of the box, and keeper Jordan Pickford had to dive to his left to parry Manuel Lanzini's second-minute free-kick. The ball came in and looked to be slightly wind assisted and somehow found the top far corner, although questions will be asked why no one was marking the back post and also if a foul should have been given as Victor Anichebe appeared to hold Darren Randolph.
Borini rescued a point in the 90th minute, but Sunderland, now without a win in eight matches, need victories rather than draws in their desperate situation and it was no surprise to hear Moyes and his players jeered at full-time. They had the ball, but they were playing very risky, leaving a lot of space behind.
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He was dazed in the aftermath and was taken to hospital for checks but Moyes said the defender is "fine".
In stoppage time the Hammers were reduced to ten men as Byram was shown a second yellow card for a clumsy foul on Adnan Januzaj, then Anichebe nearly won it for the home side with an attempt that flashed just the wrong side of an upright.
- West Ham have thrown away a league-high 22 points from leading positions in the Premier League this season.
Wahbi Khazri, starting for the first time since October 29, scored direct from a corner for Sunderland in between in the 26th minute.
Sunderland levelled in fortuitous circumstances in the 26th minute to end a home goal drought that had stretched back to January 14.
- West Ham have been shown more red cards than any other side in the Premier League this season (five).