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In brief - Monday's news round-up

Filed: Monday, 23rd April 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

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Alexandre Lacazette's late double seals Arsenal rout against West Ham Until the final 10 minutes it was tempting to wonder whether a few Arsenal supporters might even be impertinent enough to subject the tall, grey-haired man on the touchline.

David Moyes angry after Declan Rice error in West Ham defeat to Arsenal David Moyes could not defend the error from Declan Rice which he felt cost West Ham a point at Arsenal on Sunday.

West Ham boss David Moyes backs Joe Hart for World Cup spot after England keeper's Arsenal display Hart came back from his error against Stoke to defy Arsenal with wonder saves from Granit Xhaka and Danny Welbeck.

Carroll: I want more of that goalscoring feeling Andy Carroll is ready to take out the frustration of a stop-start season on the Hammers' final five opponents as they target Premier League safety.

As It Happened: Arsenal 4-1 West Ham United It's matchday! Welcome to a hot and sunny Emirates Stadium for this afternoon's London derby with Arsenal.

Team news: Hammers unchanged for trip to Arsenal West Ham United boss David Moyes has named an unchanged starting XI and substitutes' bench for Sunday afternoon's trip to Arsenal's Emirates Stadium in the Premier League.

Late Gunners goals leave Hammers empty handed Three late Arsenal goals meant West Ham United left north London empty handed on Sunday afternoon after a 4-1 defeat at the Emirates Stadium.

Arnautovic: There were positives to take from Arsenal defeat Marko Arnautovic says West Ham United have to take the positives from Sunday's Premier League London derby at Arsenal despite losing 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium.

Wealthall scores hat-trick as Hammers put seven past Portsmouth An excellent hat-trick for Kelly Wealthall helped West Ham United Ladies claim an incredible 7-1 victory at Rush Green against Portsmouth.

Moyes: It was a good performance for 80 minutes West Ham United manager David Moyes praised his side's performance up until the 80-minute mark at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday against Arsenal, before the Gunners scored three times late on to take the points in a 4-1 Premier League win.

Wealthall: Hat-trick heroics are an "amazing feeling" Kelly Wealthall has described her hat-trick heriocs as an 'amazing feeling'
after her three goals helped West Ham United Ladies overcome Portsmouth 7-1.


Arsenal 4-1 West Ham Utd A late second half collapse saw West ham fall to a predictable defeat at The Emirates this lunchtime.

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