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Hammer named in Team of the Week


Filed: Tuesday, 19th December 2017
By: Staff Writer


Manuel Lanzini has been named in WhoScored's Team of the Week.

The attacking midfielder enjoyed a fantastic seven days as a Hammer, culminating with his match-winning performance at Stoke last weekend in which he earned West Ham a penalty and played a major role in Diafra Sakho and Marko Arnautovic's goals.

And as a result, he has been included in the stats-based website's latest Team of the Week selection - which you may see below - as the third highest-rated individual of the week with an incredible overall rating of 9.7



Only Manchester City' Kevin De Bruyne and Liverpool Philippe Coutinho managed to score higher than West Ham's 24-year-old Argentine, who is preparing to sit out United's next two matches having been charged by the FA yesterday.





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