Top marks for new boy and penalty hero in Sheffield United player ratings from topsy-turvy West Ham draw - gallery

Sheffield United twice came from a goal behind to earn a deserved point at home to West Ham United this afternoon.

Half-time sub Oli McBurnie was the Blades' hero as he kept his cool to convert a penalty in the 13th minute of stoppage time, after being clattered by Hammers goalkeeper Alphonse Areola four minutes or so earlier.

Earlier Ben Brereton Diaz had cancelled out Maxwel Cornet's opener with a goal on his Premier League debut but James Ward-Prowse looked to have won it for West Ham with a 79th-minute penalty, after Gus Hamer brought him down. Blades sub Rhian Brewster saw red for a out-of-control challenge on Emerson Palmieri but United stuck to their task and got their reward deep into stoppage time.

Here's how we rated the Blades' players on a topsy-turvy afternoon...

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