Lost ground for West Ham, blocked by Bournemouth


Block on West Ham! The “hammers” saw her Bournemouth leading only in the 3rd minute, they were late but found an answer, however they did not manage to pull off the upset that would have established them in the top six. Somehow, they now see her Manchester United to linger and “stress”, while the guests reached 26 and are +8 from the danger zone.

In pure racing, the Bournemouth surprise her West Ham finding the net in just the first phase of the match with Solankewho made it 1-0 in the 3rd minute, with the visitors pressing better overall and having a big phase just before the finale of the 45th minute with Semen to waste it.

The second part had a different picture, since his team Imanol began to recede on the playing field and his Midwives to take measures.

Which resulted in the home team winning a penalty and o Ward-Prowse he made it 1-1 in the 61st minute. The game was essentially starting from scratch, but nothing changed until the final whistle, with both teams taking a point each.

In detail, the program of the 22nd matchday:

Tuesday (30/1)

Nottingham Forest-Arsenal 1-2

(89′ Avonigi – 65′ Jesus, 72′ Saka)

Luton-Brighton 4-0

(1′, 42′, 56′ Adebayo, 3′ Ogbene)

Fulham-Everton 0-0

Crystal Palace-Sheffield United 3-2

(17′, 27′ Eze, 67′ Olisse – 1′ Breredon, 20′ McAtee)

Aston Villa-Newcastle 1-3

(71′ Watkins-32′, 36′ Ser, 52′ auto. Moreno)

Wednesday (31/1)

Manchester City-Burnley 3-1

(16′, 22′ Alvares, 46′ Rodri – 90+3′ Al Dakil)

Tottenham-Bradford 3-2

(48′ Udoji, 49′ Johnson, 56′ Richarlison – 15′ Moppe, 67′ Toni)

Liverpool-Chelsea 4-1

(23′ Zota, 39′ Bradley, 65′ Somboslay, 79′ Dias – 71′ Nkunku)

Thursday (1/2)

West Ham-Bournemouth 1-1

(61′ pen. Ward-Prowse – 3′ Solanke)

Wolves-Manchester United (22:15)

The schedule for the next (23rd) matchday:

Saturday (3/2)

Everton-Tottenham (14:30)

Burnley-Fulham (17:00)

Brighton-Crystal Palace (17:00)

Newcastle-Luton (17:00)

Sheffield United-Aston Villa (19:30)

Sunday (4/2)

Manchester United-West Ham (16:00)

Bournemouth-Nottingham Forest (16:00)

Chelsea-Wolves (16:00)

Arsenal-Liverpool (18:30)

Monday (5/2)

Brentford-Manchester City (22:00)

Source: Sport Fm

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