Lys Mousset's second goal in as many games earned Sheffield United a 1-1 draw at West Ham on Saturday, with the point sending the newly-promoted side seventh in the Premier League.
October has become something of a difficult month for West Ham in recent years, with the Hammers having not tasted victory in their last nine October Premier League matches prior to Saturday's encounter at London Stadium.
That pressure seemed to get to them as the visitors had chance after chance to equalise before Mousset sneaked the ball home from a tight angle in the 69th minute.
West Ham had plenty of opportunities to earn all three points, but they could not find a way past Sheffield United goalkeeper Dean Henderson after Snodgrass' opener.
The result means the visitors are now unbeaten in their last three, with West Ham without a win in their last five games in all competitions.