Former Preston North End boss David Moyes has not done an awful lot wrong in his second managerial stint with West Ham.
But his decision to introduce Mark Noble to take a 95th-minute penalty against Manchester United, which was ultimately saved by David de Gea, has been ridiculed by Roy Keane and Graeme Souness.
The Irons club captain was subbed on by manager Moyes late on and immediately took the ball for the late spot-kick in the Premier League clash, of which De Gea was equal to.
Post-match, Sky Sports pundit Souness said: "It’s a poor decision.
"It’s the 94th minute he’s come on as a sub in the 94th minute, he’s stone cold, one or two things the manager's decision and said on you go or Noble’s said get me on boss.
"Either way it’s the wrong decision, stone cold, doesn’t matter if he scores every penalty in training or every penalty before you don’t bring someone on who is stone cold been sat watching the game. It’s wrong.
Man United legend Keane echoed Souness' sentiments, adding: "Strange decision, he can’t have warmed up properly because it was so late in the game. I didn’t fancy him, I thought De Gea would save it.
"If he scores again it’s all justified, Gareth Southgate was criticised but to bring someone on who hasn’t had many minutes but sometimes a manager you try be too clever, you can say he’s took penalties before and he’s experienced, I don’t care.
"You have players on the pitch who are up to speed and slot the ball away."
West Ham had taken the lead after half an hour through Said Benrahma's deflected effort off Red Devils defender Raphael Varane.
But United once again came from behind to win away from home following Cristiano Ronaldo's equaliser towards the end of the first half.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side then controlled the second period, taking the lead through Jesse Lingard upon his return to the London Stadium with one minute of normal time remaining.
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