The Arsenal loanee, who scored a late equaliser against Tottenham on April 4th, went one better to condemn the Hammers — who would have gone third with victory – to a 3-2 defeat at St James’ Park, in the process sending Steve Bruce’s men nine points clear of the relegation zone with just six games to play.
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Jesse Lingard continued his one-man crusade to get West Ham into the Champions League with two goals over Leicester.
The Egyptian forward had gone six Premier League matches without a goal, equaling his longest barren spell for the Reds.
Goals from midfielder Tomas Soucek and defender Angelo Ogbonna ensured that West Ham fought from a goal down to defeat the hosts.
Leicester City shook off chastening back-to-back defeats with a 2-1 victory at West Ham United to renew their distant chase of Premier League leaders Liverpool on Saturday.
Eden Hazard has scored twice, including a contender for goal of the season, to earn Chelsea a 2-0 win over West Ham United that lifts them up to third in the Premier League.
David Silva, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane all found the back of the net inside the opening 34 minutes, before Sane added a second with the final kick of the game.
The 33-year-old has signed a three-year-deal in east London as new manager Manuel Pellegrini looks to bolster his ranks between the posts.
Goals from the Belgian and Alexis Sanchez inside 20 minutes gave the Red Devils the ideal start as they made light work of Carlos Carvalhal’s much-improved outfit
Goals from the Belgian and Alexis Sanchez inside 20 minutes gave the Red Devils the ideal start as they made light work of Carlos Carvalhal’s much-improved outfit.
The Swans recovered from a goal down for a deserved win on home soil, as their revival under new boss Carlos Carvalhal – now four wins and three draws in eight outings under the Portuguese – gathered pace
Moses was introduced in the second half
Arsenal said he would sign a “long-term contract”, but did not give the fee
The 29-year-old Poland keeper lifted the FA Cup at Wembley after playing the full 90 minutes in Arsenal’s 3-2 extra-time thriller against Hull but is usually Arsene Wenger’s number two behind Wojciech Szczęsny