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West Ham secured a vital win over Chelsea

West Ham secured a vital win over Chelsea
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David Moyes and West Ham smoldered again with VAR yet smiled as Andriy Yarmolenko scored a vital 3-2 win over Chelsea after a rollercoaster clash

In the final seconds, the Ukrainian jumped for a critical three-point claim as the Hammers battled to stay up.

Tomas Soucek was last week’s unfortunate VAR casualty against Tottenham, as his own goal was awarded in spite of being treated by a rival on the way to him.

And the defender of West Ham again was disappointed after he believed he had packed his team in the London derby lead.

He met a corner that came through Michail Antonio’s goalmouth and handed it over through his body.

However, his celebration was cut short rapidly as the arbitrator went to VAR to test if the inclined Antonio was offside by hindering the perspective on goalkeeper Kepa.

It was the news that no Hammers fan expected to hear after an agonizing brief wait-NO GOAL.

Moyes, who was annoyed with VAR ‘s choice after the Spurs misfortune, looked raging again and changed over his scowl into an angry glare seconds after the restart of play.

Inside the contrary box, Issa Diop fouled Christian Pulisic and Willian kept his chill the spot to set Chelsea ahead.

Moyes paced his technical area here and there as his frustration threatened to overflow, yet then equity was served seconds before the break.

And it was that man Soucek had by and by been interested in the heart of it as he went down and in to level things up in the primary half of the stop.

Regardless, TV footage indicated Moyes didn’t applaud the score, maybe half-anticipating that it should be called out again at Stockley Park by those bothersome VAR bodies.

However, things showed signs of improvement in the second half a little more than five minutes as Antonio also got his vengeance by terminating in from short proximity to bring the Hammers up 2-1.

The relegation-threatened Hammers, nonetheless, we’re unable to hang on to three vital points, as they persevered through another Willian hit of kindness.

The Brazilian ventured up to circle a spectacular free-kick around the wall for what seemed to be a share of the riches in off the post from 25 yards.

However, Yarmolenko would have the last laugh, as he hit three critical points after a counter-attack in the perishing seconds.

Fariya Baig
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