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FA Cup
Saturday, 27th January 2018

Wigan Athletic 2
West Ham United 0

by Staff Writer


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Player Ratings

Joe Hart
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Pablo Zabaleta
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Reece Burke
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Angelo Ogbonna
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Aaron Cresswell
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Sam Byram
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Pedro Obiang
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Josh Cullen
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Arthur Masuaku
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Antonio Martinez
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Javier Hernandez
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Substitutes


Joao Mario
(Replaced Zabaleta) Comments to follow.


Reece Oxford
(Replaced Obiang) Comments to follow.


Sead Haksabanovic
(Replaced Martinez) Comments to follow.


Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo
Did not play.


James Collins
Did not play.


Domingos Quina
Did not play.


Grady Diangana
Did not play.



Match Facts

Referee: Chris Kavanagh.

Attendance: 14,194.

Man of the Match: Josh Cullen.

West Ham United

Joe Hart, Pablo Zabaleta, Reece Burke, Angelo Ogbonna, Aaron Cresswell, Sam Byram, Pedro Obiang, Josh Cullen, Arthur Masuaku, Antonio Martinez, Javier Hernandez.

Goals: None.

Booked: Arthur Masuaku 49 Angelo Ogbonna 79        .

Sent Off: Angelo Ogbonna 79    .

Wigan Athletic

Walton, Byrne, Elder (James 86), Burn, Dunkley, Morsy, Power, Massey (Colclough 75), Powell, Jacobs, Grigg (Roberts 88).

Substitutes: .

Subs not used:  Jones, Perkins, Bruce, Fulton.

Goals: Grigg (7, 62).

Booked: Colclough (84).

Sent Off: .

 
Staff Writer's Man of the Match: Josh Cullen


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