Mane Returns As Liverpool Crush West Ham

Mane Returns As Liverpool Crush West Ham

Mane Returns As Liverpool Crush West Ham

Dominic Matteo has advised West Ham United to start with Andy Carroll against Liverpool at the London Stadium this afternoon.

(Can you even remember the last time we scored from a corner kick?!) Salah's delivery found Sadio Mane, who flicked it on toward goal.

West Ham have endured a woeful start to their 2017/18 campaign, and now sit in 16th position in the Premier League table, after a return of just nine points from their opening 10 league outings.

"Our counter-attacking was pretty flawless, we had some wonderful play", Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, who was boosted by the return of Sadio Mane after a month out, said.

Joel Matip's first of the season also arrived from a corner, this time in more conventional fashion three minutes later, as the defender converted the rebound after Hart's save from Mark Noble's deflection.

"And when he first came I, along with a lot of Liverpool fans, wasn't totally sure how it was going to work".

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Could West Ham conjure up a stunning comeback as they did against rivals Tottenham in the League Cup?

"I watched him a lot at Chelsea, and it didn't really take off for him when he was a Chelsea player", he said on BT Sport.

Mane was instrumental, receiving the ball deep inside the Liverpool half he drove 70 yards at frightening pace before finally sliding the ball to his Egyptian strike partner to punish the Hammers' sloppy defending. Swansea City dropped into the relegation zone after slumping to a home defeat by Brighton and Hove Albion. "It's not the first one, it's the second in a row at home".

A mis-judged timing on the path of Joe Gomez saw Manuel Lanzini chest down Andre Ayew's cross to the back post before the Argentine poked the ball past Simon Mignolet to bring the Hammers back into the game but their celebration was shortlived.

Huddersfield held on for a 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion despite playing the final third of the game with 10 men.

"I said yesterday he was ready for 25 minutes but it was 25 minutes plus and it was good for us".

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