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This is why Michail Antonio was screaming uncontrollably at Lukasz Fabianski during defeat to Liverpool
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This is why Michail Antonio was screaming uncontrollably at Lukasz Fabianski during defeat to Liverpool

Michail Antonio was not happy with Lukasz Fabianski as the clock ticked down during West Ham United’s 1-0 defeat to Liverpool yesterday.

Liverpool took the lead midway through the first-half through a Sadio Mane strike.

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It was a really poor goal to concede for the Hammers but from then on in, it could be argued that we were actually the better side.

West Ham missed some gilt-edged chances and really should have found the net at least once. Pablo Fornals and Manuel Lanzini were the chief culprits for our failure to score.

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David Moyes would have been devastated that his team did not take at least a point back to the London Stadium with them from Anfield.

It seems as though one of our players was particularly angry with one of his teammates as well…

Michail Antonio spotted screaming uncontrollably at Lukasz Fabianski

West Ham were really pushing for an equaliser during the latter stages of the game at Anfield yesterday.

In truth, a point would have been what West Ham deserved at the very least against the Reds.

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As the clock continued to tick down, Michail Antonio was seen angrily screaming at Lukasz Fabianski.

And Football.London’s Tom Clark lifted the lid on why Antonio was so angry with the 36-year-old goalkeeper:

Fabianski has been a very dependable goalkeeper for West Ham since moving to the London Stadium back in the summer of 2018.

The 36-year-old is a very solid stopper but, like most players, he does have his faults.

The former Poland international’s distribution is very poor and he seems to take an age to actually get the ball out of his feet before launching it forward.

It’s too late on in his career for him to change now. He is what he is – a very solid goalkeeper who is rather poor with the ball at his feet.

And that clearly frustrated Antonio during the latter stages of yesterday’s game.

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