Scorpion goal by Pablo Fornals in West Ham’s win

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After qualifying for the semifinals of Conference League football, the West Ham United won with a landslide and a Pablo Fornals has a lot of scorpions in Bournemouth and take a major step in the fight for survival (0-4).

With goals from Michael Antonio, Lucas Paqueta and Declan Ricethe ‘Hammers’ left up to 34 points, six above the relegation zone and completed an almost perfect week in which they drew against Arsenal, after falling to 0-2, beat Genk in Europe and defeated this Sunday at Bournemouth.

those of david moyeswho saw his job as secure, sealed the game in the first half, with an excellent Antonio, scoring his third goal of the week when he headed a corner from Aaron Cresswell at the near post.

Lucas Paquetawith another header, made it 0-2, and Rice, with a whiplash, settled the match before the 45th minute.

Pablo Fornalswho came from the bench, he scored his second goal in this Premier in a sensational fashionwith an acrobatic scorpion in a counterattack that ended in victory.

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He West Hamwith 34 points, are moving forward in the fight for safety while making it difficult for Bournemouth, who are fifteenth with 33 points, five above the relegation zone currently marked by Everton.

Source: La Verdad

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