West Ham United

10th Premier League | 9-11-5
  • Goals For
    9th
    34 GF
  • Assists
    12th
    20 GA
  • Shots
    7th
    248 Shots
  • Saves
    6th
    82 SAV
  • Man United’s stroll at Saint-Etienne comes at a cost
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    Man United’s stroll at Saint-Etienne comes at a cost

    Manchester United beat Saint-Etienne 1-0 in their UEFA Europa League Round of 32 second leg clash on Wednesday, but Jose Mourinho will be more concerned by injuries picked up ahead of the EFL Cup final on Sunday. The Red Devils advanced to the last 16 of Europe’s second-tier club competition after a resounding 4-0 win on aggregate against the Ligue 1 side but with goalscorer Henrikh Mkhitaryan hobbling off in the first half and Michael Carrick removed in the second half, Mourinho will have some injury problems to sort out ahead of this weekends final against Southampton at Wembley. Eric Bailly was sent off for two quick yellow cards in the second half but that didn’t impact the outcome as United

  • Vietnamese players banned for two years after penalty protest
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    Vietnamese players banned for two years after penalty protest

    The Vietnamese Football Federation has imposed two-year bans on two players and suspended a coach for three years after their team was involved in a bizarre penalty protest during a league match on the weekend. Long An players were furious at a late penalty awarded by referee Nguyen Tr?ng Thu to Ho Chi Minh City when the score was locked 2-2 late Sunday. After initially walking off the pitch, the players returned to the field but goalkeeper Nguyen Minh Nhut turned his back as the penalty was taken, conceding a goal. The whole team then stood motionless and allowed Ho Chi Minh City to score two more goals as the margin blew out to 5-2. [ LIVE: Stream every PL game live ]  In a statement, the VFF

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    UCL: Aguero, Falcao bag braces as Man City edge Monaco, 5-3

    Sterling gives Man City an early lead Falcao hits back with a brace Aguero’s brace breathes life back into City Radamel Falcao and Sergio Aguero bagged dueling braces, while the defenders and/or goalkeepers from their respective sides engaged in dueling disasters, resulting in a bonkers UEFA Champions League round-of-16 first leg for the ages: Manchester City 5, Monaco 3. Leroy Sane, David Silva and Raheem Sterling combined to put Man City in the lead after 28 minutes (WATCH HERE). Sane danced brilliantly and effortlessly past four defenders before playing Silva to the endline. The cross was simple for Silva, with Sterling arriving into acres of space in the goalmouth. That’s as good as the first