Fabio Borini and Wahbi Khazri ruin David Moyes’ skepticism

Though drought is over, the pain is still actual for Sunderland. The club had the consolation of scoring their first time since February. They simply secured a late point via substitute Fabio Borini to deny West Ham a win that would have guaranteed their ongoing presence in the Premier League of the next season.

Having thrashed home an 90th-minute equalizer when goalkeeper Darren Randolph didn’t manage to cope with Darron Gibson’s punted ball right into the box, Fabio pointed 40-yard run as well as celebratory knee slide in front of the manager positioned in his technical area and it dropped a hint that their relationship isn’t firm enough.

The first Premier League goal of Khazri in approaching a year actually cancelled out Andre Ayew’s fifth minute opener for the folks, who scored at the outset of every half. Eventually, Sam Byram’s booming cross from the right was intercepted at the far post by means of Andy Carroll’s mis-directed volley. The ball took a touch before grasping his fifth goal of the football season right into the bottom corner from close range.