DAVID MOYES sank to his knees as confidence-shot Tomas Soucek missed a sitter in West Ham’s 1-0 loss to Liverpool.
The Hammers went behind thanks to an expert first half Darwin Nunez header.
But things went from bad to worse for Moyes‘ men as Jarrod Bowen missed a vital spot-kick ahead of the half-time break.
West Ham came out for the second half at Anfield inspired and had more possession than Jurgen Klopp’s Reds as they searched for an equaliser.
The chance to draw the Hammers level fell to Soucek, who was once regarded as one of the best goal-scoring midfielders in the Premier League.
However, the out-of-form Czech fluffed his lines a few yards from goal and Liverpool keeper Alisson made the save with his feet despite diving the other way.
Moyes sank to his knees and collapsed on the grass in disbelief.
And Moyes’ reaction has left fans saying the same thing: It’s time to drop Soucek.
Moyes has stuck to his guns with the 27-year-old, whose struggle for form stretches all the way back to last season.
But the miss might be the final straw for the Scotsman, with fans calling for Moyes to take Soucek out of the spotlight.
One fan tweeted: “This might finally make Moyes drop Soucek.”
Another said on Moyes collapsing: “Look what West Ham is doing to this old man.”
Others are saying it’s a case of reaping what you sow.