West Ham United lost 2-0 away to Watford on Saturday.
West Ham United came crashing back down to earth this weekend as they were beaten 2-0 by Watford on Saturday, just seven days after winning against Chelsea.
The Hammers' 2-1 victory over Chelsea last weekend meant fans travelled to Vicarage Road in the hope of another three points, but they were left very disappointed.
Two goals from Odion Ighalo gave the Hornets a comfortable 2-0 win, with West Ham defender James Collins seeing a red card for a foul on Ighalo late on.
Slaven Bilic's men must now bounce back and get their season back on track - something they have already proved they can do having beaten Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City already this term.
After the game, summer signing Angelo Ogbonna - who was an unused substitute during the game as Bilic went with Collins again in Winston Reid's absence - took to Twitter to react.
The Italian centre back has urged fans not to give up after the disappointing defeat, and attempted to rally the troops ahead of the game against Everton next weekend.
Given Collins' suspension and Reid's continued injury problems, Ogbonna could be in line for a return to the starting line-up next weekend, as he looks to kickstart his career in English football following a somewhat slow start to life at Upton Park.