10 November 2019 08:34

“I don’t analyse individual performances,” Pellegrini said.

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It will be a long international break for West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini as he contemplates a seventh match without victory, but it could seem a much longer four or five weeks as he awaits the return of his injured goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski. His replacement, Roberto, added to the problems mounting for the increasingly beleaguered Pellegrini with a bizarre second-half performance in which he gifted Burnley their third goal and then pulled off some stunning saves that ensured their defeat was not even more embarrassing. "I don't analyse individual performances," Pellegrini said. "But of course when players are not in their best moment you worry. When you have six or seven games without a win, you are concerned." This display should have left Pellegrini more…

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Roberto fumble completes West Ham’s suffering at Burnley