West Ham pulled off an unbelievable comeback to beat Everton 3-2 at Goodison Park against all the odds.
The Toffees took a two goal lead and were on the verge of scoring their third when they were awarded a penalty.
Everton squandered their spot kick but were still leading until 78 minutes Antonio scored what looked like a consolation goal for the away side.
Sakho scored just three minutes later to equalise and then Dimitri Payet went onto score on 90 minutes to wrap up a memorable win.
Emmanuel Emenike started for the east London club but did not add to his goal tally. We took to social media to take a look at what West Ham fans made of his display.
Emenike continues to divide opinion among West Ham fans.
dont know where i stand with emenike🤔
— Connor (@ConnorWHU_) March 6, 2016
Emenike seriously looks like a good player. Like him alot
— IronsHome (@Irons_Home) March 6, 2016
The Nigerian international has been racking up his minutes and West Ham will have to sign him for £8.5 million if he makes another six appearances for the club.
West Ham will have no choice but to buy Emmanuel Emenike for £8.5m if he makes six more appearances for the club. pic.twitter.com/UDPGq9Sw3Q
— West Ham Central (@WestHam_Central) March 5, 2016
The future of Emenike became a hotly debated topic with just 34 percent of Hammers fans wanting the club to sign the Nigerian international on a permanent deal according to the following poll although it is worth noting that under 300 people have actually taken part in the – unscientific – study.
Hammers, if the season ended tomorrow would you try to sign Emenike on a permanent?
— ⚒ Claret And Blues ⚒ (@ClaretNBlues) March 5, 2016
West Ham fans in favour of Emenike seem impressed by his work-rate while his detractors believe the club can do better.
— Lewis ⚒ (@LewisWHU19) March 6, 2016
@ClaretNBlues yeah so am I. Emenike is good cover, not a starter
— Dan James (@I_Am_DanJames) March 6, 2016
@ClaretNBlues No. If we r going 4 20m striker, he isn't going 2 take lesser wages than he's on n we need cover in other areas for Europe.
— Steve Gilliard (@SteveGilliard) March 6, 2016
From now on, goodbye Emenike!
The Sakh is back!!!
— ⚒ Shakti ⚒ (@5hakt1) March 5, 2016