West Ham earn their first league win of the season. Final score 3-1.
There will be fives minutes of stoppage time.
Snodgrass comes on for Yarmolenko.
Walcott is off for Lookman.
Anderson beats a few defenders and unleashes a shot from outside the box which goes just wide.
Antonio comes on for the injured Arnautovic.
West Ham get their third of the game!
Zabaleta picks up West Ham’s third yellow of the game.
West Ham’s goalscorer Yarmolenko is shown a yellow card.
We are back underway in the final game of the day.
The first 45 sees West Ham go in with a 2-1 lead.
Everton pull one back just before half-time.
Masuaku puts his boot on the back of Walcott’s head but is only shown a yellow!
Walcott tries to catch Fabianski out with a dipped shot but the keeper does well to tip it over.
West Ham are 2-0 up! Yarmolenko with his second.
Tosun has a free header which he puts straight at the West Ham keeper.
10 – Marko Arnautovic has been directly involved in 10 of West Ham’s last 14 @premierleague goals (six goals, four assists). Instrumental.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 16, 2018
Andriy Yarmolenko is the first Ukrainian to score in the #PL since May 2008
The last to do it?
This guy… pic.twitter.com/H3TeUUREsm
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) September 16, 2018
West Ham take the lead!
We are underway in the final Premier League game of the weekend.
— Everton (@Everton) September 16, 2018
Yarmolenko makes his first PL start! pic.twitter.com/yBUL9yEloc
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) 16 September 2018
| Team news is in! #EFCmatchday
— Everton (@Everton) 16 September 2018
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They may not have won every game, but Marco Silva has put smiles back on Evertonian’s faces.
After the boredom of last season, the Everton faithful were just pleased to see attacking football again.
They drew with Wolves and Bournemouth either side of a win over Southampton.
The first real disappointment was a 1-1 draw with Huddersfield which they’ll hope to put right here.
West Ham though are in a disaturous position.
They are the only team in England’s top 8 tier to have no points on the board.
Defeats at Liverpool and Arsenal are understandable but home reverses to Bournemouth and Wolves have left Hammers fans even more irate than usual.
They face Chelsea and Manchester United after this so how long can the pointless run go on?
There is no reason to believe it’ll end here.