Sheffield United have remained winless in the Premier League this season after losing 1-0 to West Ham thanks to Sebastien Haller’s second-half goal on Sunday
The attacker, replacing injured Michail Antonio, threw a shot into the upper corner of the edge of the box in the 56th minute after Pablo Fornals’ effort was blocked.
Oli McBurnie struck a fierce shot against the crossbar as the hosts contested for the equalizer, but they fell to an eighth loss in nine matches and remained in last place with just one point.
This is a huge contrast to the last campaign, when United contested for a European qualifying spot in their first top-flight return season before slipping out of the competition in recent weeks.
West Ham soared in the first half with their fourth win of the season.