Goals early in each half from Andre Ayew and James Collins had looked set to secure all three points for the visitors at the Stadium of Light and make it back-to-back wins for Slaven Bilic's side for the first time since January.
You can listen to live radio coverage on BBC Radio London from 3pm, or alternatively, follow all the action and goals as they fly in on our live blog from 2.30pm. "The ball was not very high in the air so he could [not] have seen it all the way along". "It's a very unusual goal we conceded".
Hammers goalkeeper, Darren Randolph, appeared to be at fault for both Sunderland goals, but the Hammers boss was quick to deflect the blame away from the Republic of Ireland stopper: "We are a team, we are scoring goals together, we are conceding goals as a team".
"Positive results like today, and performances, can bring that strength to the group and get everyone together because in our situation we can only get out together, not individually", the Italian added. "It's a team effort".
Has had to wait patiently to remind the Sunderland faithful of what he can do and the fact that he produced a man-of-the-match display having been ignored for so long by Moyes did not go unnoticed by the fans. No pointing fingers, we are a team, we are playing as a team, winning, drawing and losing as a team.
"It's going to be hard for us to do".
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"Credit to the players for coming back and sticking at it". We probably haven't defended either goal of well as we should have done.
I thought we played well today.
"From that led some better football".
Borini's late leveller came after he replaced Billy Jones, who had required prolonged treatment on the pitch after falling and hitting his head.
"Jones has gone to hospital and he's got concussion but he's fine, ' said Moyes". My first feeling was that it was his shoulder but from the dugout that is how it looked. "The players every week have done everything they can but at this moment we might be lacking in a little quality sometimes", said Moyes. this season.