West Ham put in an absolutely atrocious display away at Wolves last night.

The Hammers lost 2-0, and they never really looked like scoring.

Manuel Pellegrini once again finds himself under pressure, and with games against Arsenal and Southampton to come, he could find himself out of a job very soon.

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There wasn’t a single West Ham player who covered himself in glory at Molineux last night.

But there were three players in particular who stood out as being particularly bad.

Sebastien Haller

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Sebastien Haller (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

The less said about the Frenchman’s performance the better. He was absolutely shocking. Haller offered nothing in the final third.

The 25-year-old was not at all threatening, he failed to hold the ball up with any kind of success and his work-rate left a lot to be desired.

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Mark Noble

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Mark Noble (Photo by Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

It is hard to criticise Noble, and it always feels uneasy when doing so. He quite simply wasn’t at the races against Wolves, however.

The 32-year-old looked slow and laboured and his usually pinpoint passing was well off.

He has been one of the few players this season who has performed consistently, however, so we can’t be too harsh on the skipper.

Robert Snodgrass

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Robert Snodgrass (Photo by Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images)

We can’t fault the Scot’s work-rate, but that seems to be all that he has in his locker. He is desperately lacking in quality, and it could be argued that he quite simply is not a Premier League player.

Nathan Holland surely deserves a chance ahead of Snodgrass over the next few games.

Aside from those three, Andriy Yarmolenko also deserves a mention for his shocking display.

He did come on as a second-half substitute, however, so he just missed out on making the top three worst players on the night.

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