West Ham player ratings: Ogbonna impresses, Antonio shows flashes, Jelavic invisible

West Ham - Upton Park: Boleyn Ground

West Ham drew 0-0 at Swansea City on Sunday afternoon.

Adrian 8 - came quickly off his line to deny Bafetimbi Gomis, and made a superb save to deny a Jack Cork volley in an impressive performance.

James Tomkins 6 - clearly a centre back playing at right back, and whilst he was solid defensively, he didn't offer much going forward.

James Collins 8 - a rock at the back for West Ham, heading everything away and putting his body on the line for the cause. A little lucky to get away with what looked like a handball inside the area, but an outstanding defensive performance.

Angelo Ogbonna 8 - another player who made West Ham's back line so solid, Ogbonna coped well with Gomis, especially when he outmuscled the Frenchman as he made his way towards goal in the second half.

Aaron Cresswell 6 - got forward well but his final ball will have disappointed him. Sound enough defensively whenever Swansea attacked.

Alex Song 5 - looked to be making an impact when he was allowed to dictate the game from deep, but he just didn't get on the ball often enough to really drive West Ham forward. 

Mark Noble 5 - virtually anonymous. Noble worked hard but contributed very little in possession or going forward, and must be worrying that Pedro Obiang could take his place regularly.

Cheikhou Kouyate 5 - Kouyate wasn't quite at his usual dominant self, and was part of the problem for West Ham as their midfield struggled to really take control of the game.

Michail Antonio 7 - worked extremely hard out wide and had a couple of promising runs forward. Isn't quite up to speed in the Premier League just yet, but is showing flashes of his quality.

Mauro Zarate 6 - looked dangerous at times but needs to use possession better and play in team-mates when they are better placed, rather than always trying to go on his own.

Nikica Jelavic 5 - a summer signing from Hull City, Jelavic was completely invisible against Swansea and offered no attacking threat at all; not good for West Ham as they deal without Diafra Sakho and Andy Carroll.

Substitutes

Enner Valencia 6 - offered some pace to the West Ham attack and stung the palms of Lukasz Fabianski with a fierce drive.

Pedro Obiang 6 - worked hard but didn't have too much of an impact in midfield after coming on for Alex Song with 17 minutes to play.

Carl Jenkinson - wasn't on long enough to make an impact.

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