By Will Griffee For Mailonline
Published: 22:44 BST, 17 July 2017 | Updated: 22:51 BST, 17 July 2017
West Ham began their pre-season in earnest with a stalemate against Austrian side Sturm Graz II.
The Hammers created plenty of chances and will be disappointed in some profligate finishing at Bad Waltersdorf.
Enthusiastic opposition put up some stiff resistance and offered Slaven Bilic's side a welcome test first up.
West Ham fans were able to watch Pablo Zabaleta in Hammers colours for the first time
Manuel Lanzini offered some bright sparks of creativity for Slaven Bilic's side
The West Ham boss opted for a mixture of experience and youthful exuberance, offering all his fit squad members a half of football.
Sturm Graz play in the third tier of the Austrian leagues so Bilic will be slightly disappointed in the result given a number of star players on show.
New man Pablo Zabaleta started the game with Robert Snodgrass and Andre Ayew were other high-profile protagonists in action.
Arthur Matsuaku bursts down the flank and attempts to cut inside with the ball
Robert Snodgrass was one of the more