Love how Kudus rubs it in on away fans


Love how Kudus rubs it on on away fans

Don’t you love how Kudus rubs it on on away fans writes Michael Talbot.
How they suffer as he makes a point of sitting in front of them – now joined by Paqueta – after scoring. Brilliant!
He is in sensational form right now. His two goals within the first 10 minutes of the first half were the driving force behind West Ham‘s fourth consecutive home victory, propelling David Moyes‘s team into close pursuit of the Premier League‘s top six.
Having joined from Ajax in the summer for a hefty £38 million, Kudus has now netted nine goals for West Ham, including four in his last three appearances at what seems to be his newfound spiritual home. The upcoming challenge for Moyes will be figuring out how to fill the void left by Kudus during the Africa Cup of Nations next month.
Despite VAR denying a goal to Gary O’Neil’s resilient Wolves team, they couldn’t contain Kudus and his partner-in-crime, Lucas Paquetá who provided the assists for both opening goals and set up Jarrod Bowen’s decisive goal with 16 minutes remaining.
West Ham’s triumph over Freiburg on Thursday marked their impressive 10th consecutive home win in European competition. However, their Premier League journey this season has been more challenging. Prior to this game, Moyes’s squad had earned more points on the road, rebounding from the 5-0 defeat at Fulham last weekend. From the start, it was evident that they aimed to relegate that performance to history.
Special mention to Vladamir Coufal, who seems to be evolving into a cult hero, reminiscent of a fusion between Julian Dicks and Tommy Repka. His relentless effort was commendable, working tirelessly throughout the match
We seem to building up a nice head of steam ahead of our League Cup quarterfinal against the Scousers on Wednesday
COYI  !.

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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!"

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