West Ham United boss Slaven Bilic has told the club's official website that he was impressed with the impact of substitutes Emmanuel Emenike and Victor Moses against Norwich City.
Relegation-threatened Norwich took a surprise 2-0 lead at Carrow Road, as Republic of Ireland internationals Robbie Brady and Wes Hoolahan found the net for the Canaries.
It looked like West Ham would suffer a surprise defeat, but Bilic's men hit back thanks to quickfire goals from Dimitri Payet and Mark Noble found the net.
West Ham then pushed for a winner, but had to settle for a point after a dramatic second-half comeback, which saw the Hammers score twice in three minutes.
After the game, manager Slaven Bilic spoke to the club's official website, and admitted that it was a 'game of emotions', and believes it was a very good draw this afternoon.
"It was a game of emotions," said Bilic. "You can talk about positives and negatives but when you consider we played for 120 minutes on Tuesday night [to beat Liverpool in the FA Cup] and the fact we were two goals down here in a very short period of time, it was a good draw."
Bilic also highlighted the performances of substitutes Emmanuel Emenike and Victor Moses, suggesting that the Nigerian international team-mates 'made the difference' for West Ham, with Emenike playing for just the second time since arriving from Fenerbahce last month.
"They made the difference. They made a huge impact and I expected that from them, but the way they made that impact was great and they deserve all the praise," he added.
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