Michail Antonio admits West Ham has become ‘stale’, hints at mental fatigue
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After losing the last three games in a row, David Moyes’ side are now seven points behind fourth-placed Arsenal after playing one game more than them. Tottenham, meanwhile, are one point ahead with two games behind their rivals in East London.
Outside of the Carabao Cup, too, a string of defensive injuries undermined their excellent start to the campaign, although of course you have to apply the perspective.
“In the last five weeks our performance has been a bit overwhelmed and I think that could be due to mental more than physical fatigue,” he said.
“We’re not used to playing so many games, but we can’t apologize for that. We are professional footballers and we must continue.
“We don’t play badly, we just don’t score big goals. We’re going back – we have two today, I scored a goal, Saïd [Benrahma] too, and I hope that can give us a good little race to get us back into the league.
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