Bilic reacted furiously to watching his team concede an injury-time equaliser that was later credited to West Brom defender Gareth McAuley, the Croatian picking up and throwing a touchline broadcast microphone before receiving his marching orders from referee Michael Oliver.
Considering how late in the game Lanzini's strike came, the West Ham faithful would have surely thought that their team would win the game.
"The game ending like this, the late goal after everything that happened in the first and second half regarding the decisions".
Tony Pulis' side are eighth in the Premier League on 37 points, five clear of their next-closest challengers Stoke, and Foster admits the club are looking towards a record tally. Very positive going forward with the ball, hurting them but also keeping the shape to stop them counterattacking us. West Ham manager, Slaven Bilic was not happy, nor were many in the crowd, as it seemed the goal had stemmed from a foul on Feghouli. "It's moments like that that change games, and it's gone against us today". "Obviously we had to deal with all of that and the best way to do that was by winning games, that's what we've done". Maybe not attractive, but they've got everything.
"The target now for us is 50 points and a top-half finish", he said.
Others noted that Lanzini is the player that Joe Cole should have been, praising him for an excellent and superb performance as he continues to thrive. Fair play to Slaven, three at the back and pushed people on.
The star midfielder had created quite the distraction after he'd been rather outspoken for quite some time about how much he wanted to leave West Ham and went as far as refusing to play for the club for the past two and half weeks.
"When they got the second goal you think we're struggling for it".
"It's great that he has extended his contract and he has shown great character to return from his injury in the manner he has".