Bowen Feels Robbed by Missed Foul

West Ham United forward Jarrod Bowen believes he was denied a clear foul in the dying moments of their 1-1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur in a dramatic Premier League encounter.

Both West Ham and Tottenham had opportunities to snatch victory, with Michail Antonio and Bowen himself coming close for the Hammers. However, a combination of wasteful finishing and resolute defending ensured a point apiece.

Despite a strong performance that included an assist for Kurt Zouma’s equaliser, Bowen couldn’t hide his disappointment after a potential foul by Tottenham goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario went uncalled in the closing stages.

In a post-match interview, Bowen highlighted the incident while discussing the game’s missed opportunities. He described the situation as a loose ball that he attempted to control, but felt Vicario made a late challenge that should have been penalised.

The missed call further compounded West Ham’s frustrations, especially considering their recent defeat to Newcastle United. Manager David Moyes must be scratching his head after failing to secure victories in their last two matches.

Despite the missed points, Bowen’s positive performance and the overall fighting spirit displayed by the irons offer a reason for optimism ahead of their crucial Europa League tie against Bayer Leverkusen.


2 comments on “Bowen Feels Robbed by Missed Foul

  1. Firstly there should be a live microphone just like Rugby.
    Secondly they referee should do an after match interview, giving them a chance to explain there reason for giving or not giving fouls.

  2. Can’t see the point of interviewing the ref. Most of them are just hiding behind the the var team in the hut miles up the road. Basically theres 3 or 4 people making mistakes nowadays instead of just 1. God knows what its costing.

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