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Irons relief as Cherries late goal disallowed

Eddie Howe with left Jason Tindal

West Ham fans watching tonight’s just finished  0-0 draw between Bournemouth and Spurs would have felt their blood pressure rise to the limits in the last minute.

Callum Wilson appeared to have scored  a last minute winner with a decent strike until VAR ruled the ball had been handled on its way into the net.

Spurs had every reason to feel relieved because they had probably been second best throughout as Eddie Howe’s team finally stepped up to the plate.

They had two or three decent chances but in the end had to settle for a point which sees them three points behind the Hammers with an inferior goal difference.

The disallowed goal could see them pay a heavy price as they now meet leicester City on Sunday before travelling to Manchester City.

Next up tonight it’s Villa who kick off against Manchester United at Villa Park are four points behind us and again with an inferior goal difference.


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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

2 comments on “Irons relief as Cherries late goal disallowed

  1. Didnt he get a dodgy offside and handball goal against us a couple of years ago?🤣

  2. Yes he did , John . Finished 2 – 0 . But on this very rare occasion VAR actually worked .
    One for the ever present statetitions. Like the commentators with thier spread sheets as if they are all knowing .

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