West Ham manager David Moyes has called Arthur Masuaka's sending off for spitting "despicable"

The midfielder saw red as the Hammers were dumped out of the FA Cup 2-0 at Wigan.

Speaking after the game, Moyes said: "It was despicable. He will deserve everything he gets and he will get something he deserves from us. It's unacceptable."

Victorious boss Paul Cook, a boyhood Liverpool fan, said of the fifth-round draw: "We need one hot ball and one cold. Liverpool at Anfield and we can settle for that."

Leeds midfielder Samu Saiz was given a six-match ban for spitting in his side's fourth-round loss to Newport.

Speaking further about Masuaku, Moyes added: "I've not seen it from him. We've given him a game, played him all the time, tried to give him a chance, he wasn't really in the team.

"We like him, he's a really good boy around the club. I've enjoyed him so I'd have to say it is out of character. If you do that, then you're going to get the punishment in any walk of life.

"I just asked him, did he spit and he said, 'Yes'."