Felipe Anderson scored a goal on his second debut for Lazio from the spot yesterday and some West Ham fans took to Twitter in reaction to the Brazilian’s penalty.
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The Hammers sold the 28-year-old winger back to the Serie A side for around £4.2 million according to Tutto Mercato Web.
Many West Ham fans were pleased to see the back of Felipe. Some believe that he should have been given more of a chance to prove himself under David Moyes, however.
The South American will probably return to form in the Italian capital. He tucked away a penalty on his debut yesterday during a friendly clash with Top 11 Cadore.
Seriously though…come on. It was a penalty. It’s not like he scored a 25 yard screamer after beating four players.
The simple fact of the matter is that Anderson wasn’t suited to playing under David Moyes at the London Stadium whatsoever.
The Brazilian is a luxury player. West Ham thrived on having hard working players all working towards the same goal last season.
Felipe Anderson debut Lazio goal angers Hammers fans
It’s no surprise that Moyes decided to move the 28-year-old on. Removing Anderson’s huge salary from the wage-bill would undoubtedly have been a big contributing factor behind his exit as well.
Nevertheless, some West Ham fans took to Twitter and reacted angrily after Anderson’s debut striker for Lazio…