West Ham players took to Twitter after their 0-0 draw against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday afternoon.
West Ham United are now four games without a win after a 0-0 draw against struggling Queens Park Rangers on Saturday afternoon.
Manager Sam Allardyce is under pressure after a dire 2015 which has seen them win just twice, but he will be happy to have escaped Loftus Road with a point.
QPR had the perfect chance to open the scoring in the first half as James Collins was penalised for handball inside the area, but Charlie Austin saw his resulting spot kick saved by goalkeeper Adrian.
The Spanard was in inspired form for the Hammers, producing a number of key saves - particularly a flying stop to prevent Matt Phillips from winning the game with a last gasp volley.
Adrian has had a superb season between the sticks for West Ham, and he underlined his quality with his exceptional display - whilst also setting a new Premier League record.
Adrian's save against Austin was his third successive penalty save, something no other Premier League has achieved, and he took to Twitter after the game to celebrate, posting pictures of his saves against Harry Kane, David Nugent and Austin.
Additionally, the Hammers handed a debut to youth team defender Reece Burke, and he didn't disappoint with a composed performance - drawing praise on Twitter from team-mates Josh Cullen and Idris Kanu.
Here is how West Ham's players reacted on Twitter after the 0-0 draw against Queens Park Rangers...
Proud to get this RECORD First goalkeeper in Premier League History to save 3 consecutive penaltiespic.twitter.com/8s5rWCm2MZ— Adrián San Miguel (@AdriSanMiguel) April 25, 2015
Big well done to my boy @Reeceburke5 on his prem debut today! Well deserved mate and many more to come— Josh Cullen (@JoshCullen8) April 25, 2015