DAVID Moyes was left frustrated by a VAR call after West Ham were pegged back to a 1-1 draw by Albion.

The Hammers led through a Tomas Soucek header but had a second goal disallowed for offside against Michail Antonio following a goalmouth scramble.

After a lengthy review VAR Jarred Gillett decided the ball had brushed Antonio’s ankle on the goal-line after Craig Dawson bundled it goalwards via the legs of Brighton defender Shane Duffy.

Hammers boss Moyes said: “I didn’t think we played well but we made enough chances to probably nick the game, but a draw was a fair result.

“It’s nearly impossible to rule that goal out. The ref couldn’t do much, he didn’t see it. The only people who can make the call is the VAR.

“Whoever the VAR has to decide why we can chalk that off. I hope someone comes out and tells us. For me the last touch came off Shane Duffy’s legs.

“I think it’s so hard to call that not a goal. You have to have something much clearer to identify why that goal can’t stand.

“I’m hoping to be showed a real reason why it wasn’t given. And the time it took suggests it was a difficult call.”

The decision proved vital as Albion's Neal Maupay's 89th minute overhead kick dragged Albion level and split the points between the two teams.