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Your views on West Ham v Aston Villa

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We asked for your thoughts on Saturday's game between West Ham and Aston Villa in the Premier League.

Here are some of your responses:

West Ham fans

Jay: Absolutely robbed! VAR is ruining football. Taking 10 minutes to make a decision is not 'obvious' and it shouldn't count. VAR has robbed us in the past three games. The lads played unbelievably and Moyes should come out like this every week!

Dave: Yet again another Moyes cock up with the use of substitutes. Why, with a fair length of the game to go, does Moyes take off our main striker and put on a defender. It’s senseless when you have that much time left and are only one goal up. This is two points lost because of poor management. Hurry up and go, Moyes.

Richard: Moyes' tactics again. He took off Antonio and brought on a defender, Ben Johnson, who is arguably not Premier League quality anyway. If Antonio is tired, why not replace him with Danny Ings? 1-0 was not enough. We needed to attack, not defend the lead.

Ted: Once more, terrible officiating in the Premier League. The richest football league in the world. Awful officiating every week - week in and week out. The pundits and fans talk about the execrable referees and bizarre VAR.

Villa fans

Keith: We were lucky not to lose this game, but it was a very welcome point. Villa played well and were the better team. We have to be better in defence and, more importantly, in front of goal, if we are going to consolidate a fourth-place finish.

Brian: A poor first half for Villa, with some very sloppy work in defence. There were too many unforced errors. We looked like a different team in the second half but, in the end, we were lucky to come away with a point.

Paul: We dodged one at the end, but it was a fair result overall. I think West Ham were better in first half, but Villa were much better in the second half.

Pammy: As usual, a sub-standard and lethargic performance after a European tie. Far too casual in the first half, but thankfully a point rescued by the second half substitutes and change in formation. The Watkins-Duran idea just didn’t work and Rogers is not good enough. A decent point in the end and it keeps the pressure on Spurs and Manchester United. Another fairy step to a top-four finish!

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