West Ham United have had a seesaw season ever since the campaign began last year.
The Hammers were pathetic during the first couple of games but slowly and steadily they started playing as a team and picked up wins.
Their pinnacle in 2019 was beating Arsenal a fortnight ago but unfortunately, that emphatic win was immediately followed by a 2-0 defeat at the hands of AFC Bournemouth.
And talking to West Ham, their keeper Lukasz Fabianski has revealed why the result was a fair one.
“It’s a completely different emotion from last week. We’re really disappointed with the result and with the performance, as it could have been a lot better,” Fabianski said.
“We knew what to expect from Bournemouth because they are a team who always play with high intensity, especially at home, where they try to put you under a lot of pressure.
“It was a game that when the first team scores, they usually win it. It was a quality strike and they caught us a bit on the break. We have to give them credit because they finished the chances that they had.
“ Bournemouth worked their luck. It was a difficult ball for him to strike and the way he put it away was brilliant. We ended up losing 2-0, which I think was a fair result.
You have to stay consistent, especially mentally, because it’s a very demanding league. “You can’t dwell on things mentally.
“The main thing is to make smart conclusions and work out what we did wrong and what we did well and focus on the things we have to improve.
“There are still lots of games to play and we have to push and get as much as we can from them.”