West Ham fans argued about whether or not Felipe Anderson actually performed well tonight against Everton in the Carabao Cup..

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We were pretty poor all over the pitch in all honesty.

David Moyes reverted to a 4-2-3-1 system. And we really struggled.


Felipe Anderson (Photo by ALEX LIVESEY/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Everton played us off the park in the first-half. We looked disorganised and the players seemed unsure of their roles.

After impressing last week against Hull City in the previous round, Felipe Anderson got the nod to start at left wing. But the Brazilian struggled to have an impact on the game in the final third.

Most of his passes were either backwards or sideways. And us as fans are right to expect more of a £40 million plus player.

In fairness to Anderson, however, he did chalk up an assist early in the second-half. Although it must said that Robert Snodgrass’s brilliant finish should take all the plaudits, and rightly so.

Everton v West Ham United - Carabao Cup Fourth Round

Felipe Anderson (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

There are a strong contingent of West Ham fans who defend the 27-year-old to the hilt. He clearly has a lot of talent, and many believe that he is unable to flourish in Moyes’ dour system.

One thing that is beyond doubt is that Anderson really should be producing more on a more regular basis.

Some West Ham fans were completely split tonight, however, when delivering their verdicts on the Brazilian’s display…

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