David Moyes has warned West Ham that the activity is far from full after giving their survival offer a major lift with a 3-2 win over Chelsea. The Hammers are presently three points clear from the drop zone, thanks to Andriy Yarmolenko ‘s dramatic last-gasp champ at the London Stadium, after their first victory since the restart.
West Ham leaves for Newcastle on Sunday, yet then has an attractive altercation with matches against Norwich, Watford, and Aston Villa individual relegation battlers.
Hammers manager Moyes said: “Well, one win isn’t sufficient. It’s only one success, we must win more in case we’re to stay a Premier League team, however, it would be hard to get wins.
The video assistant official who precluded a Tomas Soucek goal for a slight offside, and a penalty which Willian changed over, had to tackle a harsh choice by West Ham. Michail Antonio equalized them with a Soucek header and proceeded before Willian twisted into a free-kick.
In any case, with a moment to go substitute Yarmolenko, this present season’s overlooked man by injury, cut through Antonio Rudiger and smashed the victor home.
Moyes added: “Yarmolenko wasn’t fit when I arrived and didn’t practice, so I just saw him after a lockdown in training, however, he’s trained each day and did a ton of beneficial things. We have marked Jarrod Bowen while who plays in his place and has had a really decent start to his time here. I’ve had a chance to see Yarma now, he gives me great rivalry. Jarrod did one, and Yarma scored one, and I’m pleased with both.”
The defeat meant Chelsea botched the chance of leapfrogging Leicester into third place.
Coach Frank Lampard said: “We presently have six games ahead of us and it was no great astonishment. At the point when you’re playing in the Premier League and make mistakes in the event that you own a manager however don’t do anything at the top of the pitch for it, at that point it can happen.”