Disappointing stats show how West Ham's Victor Moses was anonymous against Southampton

Victor Moses struggled for West Ham against Southampton.

West Ham United served up a disappointing display against Southampton on Saturday evening - and Victor Moses had a tough night.

The Hammers fell to a 1-0 defeat, with defender Maya Yoshida grabbing the winner for Southampton in the first half, before the Saints had to dig in deep after Victor Wanyama's red card.

Slaven Bilic's men will be looking for a big response tonight when they take on Liverpool in the FA Cup Fourth Round replay, and one player will certainly be hoping for better - Victor Moses.

The Nigerian international winger, 25, is currently on a season-long loan deal at Upton Park from Chelsea, enjoyed a fine start to life with West Ham after joining on deadline day back in December.

However, a recent injury means that Moses has been working his way back to fitness with substitute appearances, but started against Southampton on Saturday, as Bilic gave him a real chance to shine.

Unfortunately for Moses, he couldn't take that chance, as he endured a difficult display at St. Mary's Stadium, before being hauled off after 61 minutes.

Moses didn't record any key passes, accurate cross or shots on target during his performance, whilst also making just two accurate dribbles and having only one shot.

The stats below show just how anonymous Moses was, and he will have to perform much, much better in the coming weeks to have any chance of winning a permanent deal with the Hammers.

  PositionTeamKey PassesTotal CrossesAccurate CrossesSuccessful DribblesShotsShots on targetMins Played
Victor Moses MF West Ham 0 2 0 2 1 0 61

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