Despite missing a host of key players, including Marko Arnautovic, Manuel Pellegrini's side thought they had secured all three points after Paraguay global Fabian Balbuena netted his first Premier League goal on the half-hour mark.
The Ghana defender left the field in added time with his leg in a brace having appeared to suffer a serious ankle injury following a collision with Michail Antonio where he seemed to catch his studs in the turf.
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The Hammers took the lead through Fabian Balbuena's header in the 30th minute, but were reduced to ten men when Mark Noble was sent off for a unsafe challenge on Wilfried Ndidi only eight minutes later. "He will have to have an examination then we will see, of course".
"It is just to find confidence and a good run of stability and consistency in his play because he is a player who needs to fight in his play".
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"We were very unlucky with the goal they scored because we played around 55 minutes with a player less".
Rice admitted that while the late goal was tough to take, the team will try to build on the result after a gritty display. There's a referee and you must accept his decision.
"Since the beginning of the season he has had more shots on average per game and is getting more support from James (Maddison) or (Kelechi) Iheanacho. But for the moment, I can't give my opinion because I haven't seen the action".
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