Moyes baffled by Bournemouth equaliser - AFC Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham United

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West Ham are 17th, just one point above the relegation zone, after a 3-2 defeat by Newcastle and a 3-3 draw with Bournemouth on Boxing Day.

"I think we've got good referees".

Wood suffered a knee injury against Tottenham last weekend and was not risked for the clash at Old Trafford, however manager Sean Dyche was hopeful the Kiwi striker wouldn't miss much more time.

"We'll have to wait and see on Chris, He suffered a minor tweak to his knee on Saturday, which is not ideal, so we'll see how it settles down", Dyche told Burnley's website. He knows he made a mistake, but we all make mistakes.

"Fortunately enough, we have another game on Tuesday, so we'll go again then".

The Hammers will be looking to put the result right in their next outing, as they play host to West Bromwich Albion at the London Stadium on January 2.

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"It was awful, from our point of view, conceding three goals, giving goals away, and they could have had another two in the first half", he told West Ham's web site.

West Ham's kitman was left with pie on his face after Arnautovic's name was misspelt on the back of his shirt - reading "Arnoutovic".

Reid, however, never got a chance to make amends.

As for Bournemouth's third goal, I can not understand how Madley overruled his assistant, who appeared to flag for offside when Nathan Ake headed to Callum Wilson and was in a much better position to see the infringement.

Arnautovic took his tally to five goals in as many games with his late double, the first of which came after Asmir Begovic's slip when attempting a regulation clearance.

The Hammers took the lead during the game through a goal from James Collins before goals from Dan Gosling and Nathan Ake put the Cherries ahead. "But Bournemouth would not have found a way back had he been sharper and stronger for both their goals".