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An important win - but we need to be more clinical! [audio]


Filed: Tuesday, 28th August 2018
By: Staff Writer


Pablo Zabaleta was delighted to be on the winning side as West Ham gained passage to the next stage of the Carabao Cup at the expense of ten-man Wimbledon's tonight.

However the veteran defender insisted that the Hammers should have been out of sight long before finally taking the lead in the 83rd minute through Angelo Ogbonna, with Javier Hernandez's injury time effort securing a 3-1 win.

Listen to Zabaleta's thoughts - along with those of the scorer of West Ham's opening goal scorer, Issa Diop - below.




*Pablo Zabaleta & Issa Diop: post-match interview [source: Sky Sports]


* Listen or download from here if you cannot view the player above.





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