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Arsenal 3-0 West Ham Utd


Filed: Wednesday, 5th April 2017
By: Staff Writer


West Ham are facing a battle against relegation after going down 3-0 at the Emirates against Arsenal.

The Gunners - whose only wins in the last six weeks came against non-league Lincoln City and Sutton - scored three second half goals to send West Ham ever closer to the drop zone.

Despite keeping a clean sheet for the opening half, the Hammers were behind 13 minutea after the restart when Ozil opened the scoring for Arsenal - a lead doubled ten minutes later when Walcott made it 2-0.




And substitute Giroud added a third for the hosts with seven minutes remaining to condemn the Hammers to yet another defeat, and one which leaves them just five points clear of the drop zone - thanks mainly to Tottenham's late comeback at Swansea.

We'll have a full match report for you soon...





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