The Hammers defeat the Hornets

The Hammers defeat the Hornets

The Hammers defeat the Hornets

The Hammers defeat the Hornets

The Hammers defeat the Hornets

West Ham boss David Moyes says he is not thinking about the top four after his side got their season

back on track by coming from behind to overwhelm Watford.

The Hammers had gone into the game with just one win in seven games – a run that had seen them seemingly slip out

of contention for the Champions League places.

It looked like the slump was going to continue when Emmanuel Dennis knocked the ball past Craig Dawson in the fourth
minute before firing a superb strike into the top corner.

First, Jarrod Bowen picked out Tomas Soucek and the midfielder equalised in the 27th minute with a first-time finish before

Said Benrahma put the visitors ahead with a deflected strike.

West Ham ensured there was no way back for the hosts when Mark Noble converted a second-half penalty,

awarded after a VAR review for a poor challenge inside the box on Bowen,

who had a goal ruled out moments earlier for a foul in the build-up.

The excellent Bowen was again involved as the visitors sealed the success in injury time, cutting the ball back for Nikola Vlasic

to side-foot home his first goal for the club.

While the Hammers are looking up again, the Hornets who were booed off at full-time – are 17th and two points outside the relegation

zone following a third successive home defeat.

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