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West Ham: The best, the worst and the funniest moments of the season

PUBLISHED: 12:30 01 June 2017

West Ham United's Manuel Lanzini scores his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at The London Stadium, London.

West Ham United's Manuel Lanzini scores his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at The London Stadium, London.

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We look over what has stood out for us during the campaign

West Ham United's Andre Ayew celebrates scoring his sides opening goal during the Premier League match at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea.West Ham United's Andre Ayew celebrates scoring his sides opening goal during the Premier League match at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea.

It has certainly been an up and down season for the Hammers, so let us look at the best moments, the worst nightmares, who has been the biggest star and who had the worst match of the season

The best and the worst

West Bromwich Albion's Matt Phillips (centre) and West Ham United's Arthur MasuakuWest Bromwich Albion's Matt Phillips (centre) and West Ham United's Arthur Masuaku

Best team performances

1-0 v Spurs (h); 4-1 v Swansea (a); 3-1 v Southampton (a).

Worst team performances

West Ham United's Mark Noble scores his side's first goal of the game from a penalty during the Premier League match at London Stadium.West Ham United's Mark Noble scores his side's first goal of the game from a penalty during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

Liverpool 0-4 (h); Man City 0-5 (h); West Brom 2-4 (a).

Best individual performance

Lanzini v Spurs; Noble v Chelsea; Obiang v Southampton.

West Ham United's Jonathan Calleri (left) trips over Liverpool's James Milner during the Premier League match at London Stadium.West Ham United's Jonathan Calleri (left) trips over Liverpool's James Milner during the Premier League match at London Stadium.

Worst individual performance

Arthur Masuaku v West Brom (a).

Best goals

Carroll v Palace; Payet v Boro (h) ; Lanzini v Palace (a).

Luckiest win

Hull City 1-0 (h)

Unluckiest loss

Tottenham Hotspur 2-3 (a).

Funniest moments (and there haven’t been many)

1. Supporter being told to sit down by steward at 4-0 down. His reply: ‘I’m going home you p***k!’ – Thanks to @dizzyparkermoo

2. The man in the superhero costume who ran on the pitch against Chelsea.

3. Simone Zaza shot that went out for a throw-in or any of his shots!

4. Slaven Bilic throws the microphone against West Brom.

5. Beating Spurs to end their title hopes.

Man of the Match awards

6: Manuel Lanzini

5: Antonio, Adrian

4: Obiang

3: Kouyate, Carroll

2: Randolph, Noble, Collins, Ayew, Fernandes, Payet

1: Reid, Ogbonna, Fletcher, Masuaku

Top scorers

Goals:

9: Michail Antonio

8: Manuel Lanzini

7: Andy Carroll

6: Andre Ayew

5: Mark Noble

4: Sofiane Feghouli

3: Dimitri Payet, Cheikhou Kouyate.

2: Winston Reid.

1: Jonathan Calleri, Edimilson Fernandes, Ashley Fletcher, Pedro Obiang, Diafra Sakho.

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