Moyes upset by defeat
Everton boss David Moyes has blamed a lack of a cutting edge for their first defeat of the season at West Brom.
The Baggies triumphed 2-0 on Saturday ending Everton's 100 percent record this season but Moyes' men had looked in control for most of the match until conceding twice in the second half.
"I thought for the first hour we had good control," said Moyes.
"But we didn't do well enough in the final third today and that was the reason we didn't win.
"I've got to say West Brom defended really well, they came off the play, allowed us the ball.
"I made a change to try and win the game because I felt we were not doing enough to try to score, and in opening up we conceded a goal from it.
"I probably should have stayed as we were and maybe come away with a 0-0, but I wanted to try and win the game.
"We had enough of the ball to do that, but we hardly crossed it, we hardly passed it and credit to West Brom, they look as though they still had Roy Hodgson's shape about them at times, and they counter-attacked on us well."