Robert Snodgrass was only making his second Premier League start of the season when West Ham faced Sheffield United on Saturday, as per WhoScored.

He took his opportunity to impress, as he scored the Hammers’ only goal of the game, when he received Andriy Yarmolenko’s pass, ran forward with the ball and slotted it past Dean Henderson.

In addition to this, he made 2 key passes, 1 dribble, 1 tackle and completed 88% of the passes he attempted throughout the match.

This performance led to the 32-year-old being praised by the club’s official Twitter account:

There are also plenty of fans who were impressed by the Scotsman’s performance, as indicated by the responses to the club’s tweet.

Some supporters showed their disappointment at the fact that he was substituted off in the 86th minute, while there are others who have named him as their Man of the Match, expressing their hope that he will get more game time going forward.

A selection of Twitter reaction to the performance can be seen below: