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Hammers v Terriers HT report 0-0

Hernandez is different level

Confident West Ham were the clear first half winners on points as they pressed forward on their first vistory of the season bid.

There could be no complaints apart from the lack of a goal but several goof chances were created starting with Andy Carroll’s cross come shot after two minutes which beat everybody.

The Chicharito hit the bar before James Collins saw a shot stopped on the line and Cheik Kouyate mis-kicked in front of goal when a goal looked certain.

Carroll was a constant aerial menace as we adopted a high pressing game for the first time this season with the crowd creating a top atmosphere.

The Irons continued to cause mayhem in the Huddersfield defence and Michail Antonio was in near unstoppable form and caused terrific problems.

Hands together, eyes close for that goal in the second half!

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2 comments on “Hammers v Terriers HT report 0-0

  1. Good performance so far apart from the elusive goal.Antonio and Zab have been excellent.

  2. COYI
    Armchair managers on match threads are priceless.We win a game and still they find fault..
    Big Sam says Bilic got it bang on with ac in the middle and Antonio wider with Chico cutting in from wider but oh no thats not good enough for the armchair fifa mangers.Chico shouldn’t have been playing there.What a bunch of melons.They know better than two PL managers Ha Ha Ha

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