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.

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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.

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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.

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Nevertheless, some West Ham fans took to Twitter and reacted angrily after Anderson’s debut striker for Lazio…

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