"Seriously, the lad's going to get a winning goal in the 84th minute and he runs into the crowd. He doesn't take his shirt off and he gets sent off for a second yellow.
"It's common sense, it's just common sense. The laws have got to change. These people are playing pressure football every single week and all of a sudden that happens.
"A minute before that Seamus Coleman missed an absolute open goal and West Ham went up the other end, but the sending off was the turning point.
"If he doesn't get sent off they keep the 11 men on and Everton can't bomb forward so much. West Ham didn't have a forward, but if Piquionne had stayed on the pitch they'd have to keep two players back."