Chelsea were on the receiving end of some brutal trolling from rival fans following their 3-2 loss to West Ham United. The Blues squandered a chance to move into third place on the Premier League table after losing to the Hammers on Wednesday night. Despite opening the scoring through a Willian penalty, West Ham fought their way back and deservedly equalised through Tomas Soucek. David Moyes’ side then went 2-1 up after the break, thanks to a sweeping effort from Michail Antonio. Willian then scored his second
West Ham were poised to protect themselves from Chelsea,which prompted Declan Rice to double his paycheck again in January.Frank Lampard kicked off an unprecedented summer at Stamford Bridge adding seven new players to the team that finished third last season and made it to the FA Cup Final. The Chelsea manager has managed to achieve most of his main goals,but failed to perform the merits of a universal Englishman who he believes will be the solution to problems in his midfield. The Sun said the Hammers were
Andriy Yarmolenko's 89th-minute winner earned three points for West Ham United in a 3-2 success over Chelsea. Christian Pulisic went close for the visitors before Tomas Soucek's effort at the other end on 34 minutes was ruled out for offside. Pulisic was then fouled by West Ham's Issa Diop, and Willian calmly converted the penalty on 42 minutes. But Soucek was not to be denied, heading in Jarrod Bowen's corner in first-half stoppage time. Six minutes after half-time, Antonio swept in Bowen's cross to give
Ukraine Captain Andriy Yarmolenko in a post match press conference threw shades at Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba for disrespecting the two sponsors of the Euro 2020 tournament by asking the two sponsors to give him a call. Andriy Yarmolenko. In a trend amusing social media users, becoming an embarrassment to organisers and disconcerting to sponsors, Yarmolenko moved the coca cola and Heineken bottles closer to himself and said" Coca cola and Heineken, please get in touch".
Ukraine pulled off a stun 1-0 win at home to Spain in the Nations League at a rambunctious Olympic Stadium in Kyiv as fans enjoyed a first since forever triumph over the 2010 World Cup champs. Andriy Shevchenko's side started to lead the pack against the run of play in the 76th moment when Viktor Tsyhankov shocked David de Gea by terminating home from outside the territory, subsequent to locking on to a remarkable opposite pass from Andriy Yarmolenko. The goal was fiercely celebrated by the entire Ukraine