Moyes rues Hernandez strike
Updated Saturday, 23rd April 2011
David Moyes found it hard to hide his disappointment after defeat at Manchester United virtually ended his side`s hopes of securing a Europa League berth for next season.
Toffees boss David Moyes said he had no complaints about a couple of penalty calls that did not go his side's way when Jermaine Beckford and substitute Victor Anichebe went down under pressure from Jonny Evans and Rio Ferdinand.
Javier Hernandez`s late goal settled the game and Moyes could not enthuse about Hernandez in the same manner Ferguson had done.
"None," responded the Scot when asked for his thoughts on the Mexican's performance.
"He is not my player. I just wish he hadn't got into that position.
"I couldn't say we played well. We didn't. But there are different sides to football and for 85 minutes it looked as though we had done our job very well."