Ali Al Habsi
Let down badly by defence in front of him. No chance with either Ba effort.
Supposed to Scot hewn from granite but was nowhere as West Ham's defence fell apart. Skipper provided little organisation or ballast.
Paraguayan failed to stand tall when Wigan needed him most. Failed to ruffle Ba.
Caught under the high ball as Tomkins headed across to Ba for the second goal.Has defended terribly all season. Hard to believe was linked to Liverpool a year ago.
Looked to bomb on and support N'Zogbia. Least suspect of Wigan defence.
Best of a bad bunch in the middle. Kept Wigan ticking over and set-piece delivery was on the mark.
Passed late fitness test to compete. Skied over in opening minutes and hesitated when Alcaraz cut back to him. Unluckily for Wigan, the majority of their chances seemed to fall the Frenchman's way.
Little worked out for the England-under 21 international. Should have exposed Spence on his first league start but didn't. Will need to improve measurably to stand any chance of featuring for Manchester United next term. Hooked at half-time.
Don't believe the hype. The highly-rated Scot looked clueless in front of the usually inviting Wigan defence. Through ball attempts often laughable. Dragged off during interval.
Rose to challenge of keeping Wigan alive with fantastic and fortunate second half brace. Ground erupted as his second goal slid under Green. First goal was free-kick of highest order.
Goal shy Colombian didn't come to Wigan's rescue at hour of need. Wastefully headed at Green from three-yards out minutes after he acrobatically plucked bicycle kick out of air. Sacrificed at death to waste time.
Put nail in West Ham's Premier League coffin as he let N'Zogbia's injury-time strike slip through him. Another nightmare moment following his error at World Cup 2010.
Too rash as Wigan piled on the pressure in the second half. Fouled N'Zogbia in build up to first goal.
Youngster stuck diligently to the task of marking Cleverley. Posed more problems when N'Zogbia switched to his side.
Stayed on Rodallega but often lost battles of strength. Collapsed along with rest of team in second half.
Dug in and tried to win possession in the midfield. Tried to deny McCarthy the freedom of the DW Stadium. Was nobbled on the hour mark and made way for Parker.
Twisted about by N'Zogbia but refused to dive in and leave himself exposed.
German came up with the goods when West Ham needed him. Crossed in to Ba for the first, while his free-kick was nodded into the Senegalese's path by Tomkins.
The injury-ravaged Welshman remained alert although this was his first start in 14 months. Stole the ball from Diame's toes when the West Ham defence fell asleep. Taken off for Keane.
Full of energy. Ran the yards and crossed from the middle and both flanks. Provided excellent support for Ba. Tired and removed for Cole.
Youngster has rarely been on manager Grant's radar. Least effective of the Hammers' attacking options.
Rewarded Grant's decision to name Cole on the substitute's bench with two headed goals. Ruthlessly exploited Wigan's weakness under the high ball. An inspired loan signing if West Ham somehow stay up.
- 1 C. Kirkland
- 2 S. Gohouri
- 14 Jordi Gómez
Thrown on five minutes into injury-time to count clock down.
Brought on to inject some magic into Wigan's attack at half-time. Tore West Ham defence apart.
- 7 F. Di Santo
Irish centre forward came on at half-time as Wigan went in search of goals. Struck home equaliser with calm authority. His power and pace was too much for West Ham to handle.
- 31 R. Boffin
- 15 M. Upson
- 22 Manuel da Costa
Grant turned to his talisman on 60 minutes. Achilles tendon didn't hold up to examination and he seemed yards off the pace.
- 19 F. Sears
Introduced to fray in the 75th minute. Barely got a touch.
Thrown on in the 83rd minute. Watched on as Wigan piled on pressure.