Carroll - We should have had three points

West Ham United should have had all three points at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, according to forward Andy Carroll
Andy Carroll was left disappointed after the Hammers conceded a last-gasp penalty equaliser to draw at Leicester City on Sunday.
The West Ham United frontman had levelled the game in the second half, converting a spot-kick of his own after Jamie Vardy had given the Foxes the lead.
Aaron Cresswell then completed the turnaround with a superb 86th minute strike before the league leaders were awarded a late lifeline after a coming together between Carroll and Jeffrey Schlupp.
Leonardo Ulloa tucked away the 95th-minute sucker-punch that meant Slaven Bilic’s side left the King Power Stadium with a share of the spoils.
Speaking to West Ham TV after the game, Carroll said: “It feels like a defeat. We were disappointed at half time and we came back second half and took the lead, but we haven’t been able to hold it.
“It was good to score again obviously but it’s more disappointing that we didn’t get the three points.
“We worked hard and got the two goals, and it’s nice when you’re down to come and fire straight back, but on the day we’ve got to be able to hold it and not concede.”
The big forward, who now has four goals in his last three matches, also felt the stoppage time decision that went against the Hammers was harsh.
“It’s a good point but we keep saying that," he lamented. "When we should have three, it’s not really that good.
“It was a tough game, but we played well. We had a chance early on and it didn’t go in but we kept on working even when we were one down and we eventually got the two goals that we deserved.
“We’re footballers and when the games come thick and fast, we enjoy it and we’re looking forward to Wednesday [against Watford].”