West Ham United seem to have gotten rid of their little crunch for good.

After five competitive matches without a win, the Hammers only managed a short break shortly before the end of the year with a 4-1 victory over Watford, a 3-2 win in the 21st round of the Premier League against Crystal Palace means their second win in a row.

After a few seconds, the hosts almost took the lead, Schlopp (first) only puts the skin on the shaft. West Ham takes the lead in a row, and the result is Antonio’s first goal (22). Jamaica’s national striker beats the Palace goalkeeper from a short distance.

After only three minutes, Lanzini (25th place) scored a dream goal: the Argentine was perfectly sent by Declan Rice, knocking down two defenders and making powerful goals. The “Eagles” do not give up, but Edward (31) only hits the metal.

In the added time of the first half, the neck kick: Milivojevic wants to clear the ball, but grabs the skin with his hand. After studying the VAR, the English referee decided a penalty kick that Lanzini (45 + 4) converts into a double.

Coach Patrick Vieira’s side continues to keep pace despite trailing 3-0 and starting a late comeback. In the 83rd minute, Edward used a cross from Olise, who hit a free kick from 17 meters into the corner at the start of stoppage time – 2: 3!

The Eagles throw everything forward, a fantastic overhead kick from Mateta (90.+4) that misses just inches.

Crystal Palace only suffered their second home defeat this season, with 23 points and is his eleventh. West Ham United join Arsenal in the table with 34 points, one point less than “Arsenal” in fourth place.

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