By Johnny Edward:
Slaven Bilic hailed the impact made by his substitutes as West Ham United came from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 at Norwich City on Saturday.
Bilic introduced Andy Carroll, Victor Moses and Emmanuel Emenike and he was rewarded with a point after the game.
Robbie Brady and Wesley Hoolahan had given Norwich a two-goal cushion, but Moses’ run set up Dimitri Payet to make it 2-1 with 16 minutes to go.
Then both Moses and Carroll were involved in the move which ended with Mark Noble slamming Payet’s expert cut-back into the top corner.
“They (Carroll, Moses and Emenike) made the difference,” Bilic told the West Ham website. “They made a huge impact and I expected that from them, but the way they made that impact was great and they deserve all the praise.
“The way we played in the last half an hour was brilliant and I want to praise the team. The guys did really well to get a point for us.
“The first goal was a brilliant move, but that’s why he’s Victor Moses and that’s why he is a West Ham player. I was then expecting a player to be there to finish the loose ball, whether that be Dimi or someone else.”