West Ham United's torrid form in 2015 continued on Saturday as Arsenal swept them aside in a 3-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium.
Olivier Giroud smashed Arsenal into the lead on the stroke of half time, before well worked goals in the second have from Aaron Ramsey and Mathieu Flamini wrapped up a convincing victory for the Gunners.
It was another disappointing afternoon for manager Sam Allardyce, who is under increasing pressure from Hammers fans - and is widely expected to leave the club when his contract expires this summer.
One of the few West Ham players to come out of the game with any credit was goalkeeper Adrian, who made a number of fine saves despite suffering a dislocated finger.
The Spaniard has been outstanding throughout the season for West Ham, and was again the pick of the bunch for the Hammers despite another defeat.
After the game, the former Real Betis shot stopper took to Twitter to reflect on the game, and not only ordered three points from their next match against Sunderland, but also called for everyone around the club to stay united and for his team mates to keep training heard ahead of next weekend's game.
Here is Adrian's tweet after the defeat to Arsenal...