West Ham should be higher up the table - Snodgrass

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Löwe fell awkwardly as he tried to vault over West Ham defender Fabian Balbuena approaching half-time at the John Smiths Stadium and was carried off on a stretcher after receiving lengthy treatment.

In-form Felipe Anderson grabbed an equaliser for the east Londoners with a quarter of an hour remaining, this after Huddersfield - looking to record their second successive league victory - had taken a sixth-minute lead through Alex Pritchard.

"(Lowe) has a serious shoulder ligament injury", Wagner said.

"It's a great finish from Felipe Anderson, what we want is to see him doing regularly".

"We got the goal we deserved over the 90 minutes, but we must push forward and believe we can go and win it".

Lukasz Fabianski brilliantly tipped Steve Mounie's thumping header on to the crossbar and Philip Billing's curling cross struck the inside of a post.

"There's a little bit of frustration today because in the first half we deserved to be in front".

"Most people will think that because we won that game before that it would be an easier game, but I said before that it wouldn't be an easy game - there are no easy games".

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The 29-year-old German is a popular member of Huddersfield's team, making 82 appearances since signing from Kaiserslauten in 2016 and helping them stay in the Premier League last season.

"Four points out of these two games is OK". It's decent, even if it could have been six.

"I think Felipe scored a attractive goal today", said Pellegrini.

The Hammers have also taken four points from their last two games and are evidently coping better without key injured players such as Manuel Lanzini, Andy Carroll, Jack Wilshere, Carlos Sanchez and Winston Reid.

The Hammers chief continued: "In the second half, we improved and got some chances but not enough to win it".

"We will dust ourselves down and get ready for a tough game against Man City".

"After the first half, when you don't find a way to score, you must try different things in different positions".

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