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Jarrod Bowen expressed his excitement about matching Paolo Di Canio’s Premier League record for the most goals in a single season by a West Ham player after scoring in their 2-2 draw against Liverpool. Bowen remains optimistic about West Ham’s chances for European qualification and is committed to continuing his scoring streak.

Despite being thwarted twice by Liverpool’s goalkeeper Alisson, Bowen, the England forward, managed to head in his 20th goal of the season off a precise cross from Mohammed Kudus.

Later, after Liverpool took the lead, Bowen’s perfect cross found Michail Antonio, who headed in the equaliser. This assist marked Bowen’s involvement in 30 goals this campaign, highlighting his outstanding season, which coincided with his 200th appearance for West Ham.

Bowen is breaking records at West Ham and is in no mood to stop

Bowen reflected on his performance and his resolve to finish the season strongly. “I converted probably the toughest chance of the lot,” he said. “I thought Alisson might save it, but fortunately, it ended up in the net. Missing the last few weeks was disappointing; I could have scored more. But I’m thrilled to be back, contributing and scoring.”

Injured recently, Bowen is focused on a strong finish, especially with the UEFA Euro 2024 approaching. “I need to bring my best game every week. We’ve got big matches against Chelsea, Luton, and Manchester City coming up. We can shape our own destiny, and to qualify for Europe, we must win these games,” Bowen asserted.

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