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Four Hammers in team of the week

Filed: Monday, 11th December 2017
By: Staff Writer

West Ham United's defeat of Chelsea at the weekend resulted in three Hammers being selected in ESPN's Team of the Week.

The Team of the Week, chosen by pundits included two defenders - Arthur Masuaku and Angelo Ogbonna - plus match-winner Marko Arnautovic (even though he is incorrectly listed as still representing his former club Stoke City).

Additionally, David Moyes was named as manager of the week - resulting in a third of those nominated being Hammers - whilst at least one member of the panel also selected Winston Reid.

The full team was as follows.

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