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Saturday, 29th July 2017

Werder Bremen 0
West Ham United 0

by Staff Writer




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Player Ratings

Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo
Nothing much to do all day long, but when he was called into action he failed to keep out Sam Vokes' opener.


Sam Byram
An improved performance from the young wing-back. Gets into some cracking attacking positions but just lacks that cool head at the end.


Aaron Cresswell
Showed glimpses of what we've seen in previous seasons knocking in some crucial balls into the box.


James Collins
Started the game off poorly with some clumsy challenges and failing to follow runs, but really pulled the team together in the second half to push the three points over the line.


Jose Fonte
Offered a lot going forward and was solid at the back. Good all round performance from the Portuguese international.


Angelo Ogbonna
Hardly put a foot wrong all day. Strong in the air and never affraid to get stuck in and make a challenge in his first appearence back from knee surgery. Even pulled off a few tricks on the ball.


Edimilson Fernandes
Rarely missplaced a pass all day long and not affraid to take a chance whether it be a crossfield pass or a powerful long range strike. A very solid figure in the midfield.


Robert Snodgrass
Not only was he positive minded going forward, but he always tracked back and gave his all in defence. Not something you see every day from a winger.


Andre Ayew
Another consistent outing from the Ghanaian getting on the scoresheet again. Was always looking to get on the ball and make something happen popping up in some fantastic positions, including a delightful flick on to provide Feghouli with the Hammers' first.


Manuel Lanzini
You can always rely on Lanzini to produce a top class performance. Still as creative and tenacious as ever even in a deeper role.


Sofiane Feghouli
Undoubtedly his best performance in Claret And Blue. Was on the end of most West Ham chances in the first half and got the all-important equaliser. Even in the second period kept making good runs and creating chances.


Substitutes


Ashley Fletcher
(Replaced Snodgrass) Was energetic and aggressive as ever when coming on, desperate to impress the manager.


Declan Rice
(Replaced Fernandes) Ended an excellent season on loan with his first team Hammers debut.


Darren Randolph
Did not play.


Dan Kemp
Did not play.


Moses Makasi
Did not play.


Domingos Quina
Did not play.


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Match Facts

Referee: tbc.

Attendance: 0.

Man of the Match: Sofiane Feghouli.

West Ham United

Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo, Sam Byram, Aaron Cresswell, James Collins, Jose Fonte, Angelo Ogbonna, Edimilson Fernandes, Robert Snodgrass, Andre Ayew, Manuel Lanzini, Sofiane Feghouli.

Goals: Sofiane Feghouli 27 Andre Ayew 72                .

Booked: James Collins  Manuel Lanzini         .

Sent Off: None sent off.     .

Werder Bremen

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Substitutes:  .

Subs not used: .

Goals: None.

Booked: .

Sent Off: None sent off.

 
Staff Writer's Man of the Match: Sofiane Feghouli


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