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Post-match interview: Rafa Benitez v West Ham Utd [video]

Filed: Saturday, 1st December 2018
By: Staff Writer

Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez admitted that West Ham's attacking players made the difference against his side at St James' Park this afternoon.

The hosts enjoyed several chances, especially in the first half, but failed to profit from any of their opportunities whilst West Ham took theirs, to devastating effect.

Both Javier Hernandez (x2) and Felipe Anderson registered to give the Hammers a fourth Premier League win of the season, whilst heaping more misery on Newcastle who prior to this afternoon had enjoyed a mini-revival with three consecutive wins.

See Benitez's immediate post-match thoughts in the video below...

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