Stat's a Fact - Norwich

We examine the impact of Slaven Bilic's substitutions at Carrow Road
West Ham United's ability for rescuing points from losing positions this season has been clear, and they were at it again on Saturday as they came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Norwich City.

The situation looked full of peril when Robbie Brady and Wes Hoolahan netted after half time to fire relegation-threatened Norwich into a two-goal lead.

But Slaven Bilic and the Hammers had other ideas, and the manager's substitutions went a long way to finding a way back into the contest.

Victor Moses and Andy Carroll both came off the bench with 62 minutes played, and just 15 minutes later the Hammers had drawn themselves level.

Moses made the jinking run which ended with the shot that led to Dimitri Payet's goal for 2-1, while Carroll was an effective presence up front as the east Londoners laid siege to the Norwich goal for the final quarter of the game.

He may only have been on the pitch for 28 minutes, yet Moses' match rating of 7.1 on football stats site was bettered only by Payet, Mark Noble and Pedro Obiang on the West Ham side.

Moses had two of the Hammers' eleven shots, while all eleven of his passes found their target.

The stand-out aspect of Moses' play on Saturday was his running with the ball, and his tally of eight dribbles was far higher than anyone else on the pitch - Hoolahan, Noble, Michail Antonio and Payet came in next with three each.

Carroll, meanwhile, won five aerial duels during his time on the Carrow Road pitch, helping keep the pressure on in a frenetic ending.

The winning goal may not have come, but there could be no doubting the impact that Bilic's double change had on proceedings.

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