The Moysiah is back… but not in the way he would have hoped.
David Moyes started life as West Ham manager with a pretty desperate 2-0 defeat at Watford.
Goals from Will Hughes and Richarlison ensured Moyes and the Hammers were remain firmly in the Premier League relegation zone.
But while Watford richly deserved victory they were indebted to Heurelho Gomes for making arguably the best double save of the season.
Late in the first half West Ham were pushing for a goal when Marko Arnautovic found himself in the box.
His first attempted deflected off a Hornets defender but Gomes, who was diving in the wrong direction, somehow stuck out a hand to deny him.
Then when Arnautovic seemed certain to poke in the rebound, the Watford goalkeeper again managed to deny him despite being off balance.
DREAM TEAM POINTS (COURTESY OF WHOSCORED RATINGS):
WATFORD: Gomes 8, Mariappa 8, Kabasele 8, Britos 7, Femenia 8, Cleverley 3, Doucoure 3, Zeegelaar 3, Hughes 15, Richarlison 8, Gray 2
Subs: Holebas 5, Pereyra 0, Carrillo 0
WEST HAM: Hart -1, Zabaleta 2, Reid -1, Ogbonna 2, Cresswell -1, Noble -1, Obiang -1, Kouyate 0, Arnautovic -1, Lanzini 0, Carroll -1
Subs: Sakho 0, Masuaku -1
Booked: Noble, Obiang, Arnatuovic, Carroll
STAR MAN: WILL HUGHES