West Ham United couldn't follow up last weekend's 2-0 win over Arsenal with another victory today, as they lost 2-1 at home to Leicester City.
The Foxes raced into a 2-0 lead before half time as goals from Shinji Okazaki and Riyad Mahrez put Claudio Ranieri's side in the ascendancy.
West Ham star Dimitri Payet did pull a goal back in the second half, but it wasn't enough to bring West Ham back into the game and earn a draw at Upton Park, with goalkeeper Adrian being sent off late into the game for a high boot having gone up for a corner.
One of the big talking points to come from the game was that teenager Reece Oxford was taken off at half time, with summer signing Pedro Obiang taking his place.
The Spaniard arrived from Sampdoria back in June, but has had a number of fitness problems over the summer. Today was his Premier League debut, and whilst he played just 45 minutes, fans were impressed with his performance.
Supporters took to Twitter after the game to laud Obiang's performance, suggesting that he was the biggest positive to come out of the defeat.
Here are some of the reactions from West Ham fans after Obiang impressed on his Premier League bow, with some suggesting that he was even better than last season's loan star Alex Song.
Ok. Huge positive today. Obiang looks a better Song to me. All we need is Austin and all will be good! #WHUFC— Daren Game ⚒ (@DarenGame) August 15, 2015
Positive - Pedro Obiang looked solid when he came on. #WHUFC— WestHamWorld.co.uk (@WestHamWorld) August 15, 2015
At least everyone knows Obiang's quality now. Walks straight into our midfield. Oxford to be used sparingly. Would still like Song #whufc— Stuart Jones (@StudiniJones) August 15, 2015
Obiang was class in midfield. Look forward to getting him fit #whufc— Daniel Hennessey (@henn88) August 15, 2015
How good was Obiang when he came on today!! Nearly got us back into it... Reece needs more time. COYIs. #lotsofpositives— Edward Kimber (@sp06epk) August 15, 2015
I firmly believe if we'd started Obiang we would've won that game— Julian Martin (@JulianMartinWHU) August 15, 2015
Pedro Obiang looked impressive when he came on. Strong in the challenge and thought ahead when passing, rather than panicking.— Iron Views (@ironviews) August 15, 2015