Swansea City 4-1 West Ham United.
The Match was transformed into a trial for pretty much everybody related with West Ham united as Andre Ayew to which they sold to Swansea during January transfer that propelled Carlos Carvalhal’s group that lifts the Welsh club with five places up in the table.
The £18m club-record marking was associated with three of Swansea’s four Goals and left the field to an overwhelming applause when he was pulled back 12 minutes from time. Ki Sung-yueng, who was extraordinary in the focal point of midfield, opened the scoring, Mike van der Hoorn included the second and Andy King denoted his first Swansea begin since joining on credit from Leicester with the third. André Ayew at that point won the punishment that prompted Jordan, his sibling, scoring the fourth.
In spite of the fact Michail Antonio pulled an objective back for the guests before closing 11’ from time,that was little comfort for Moyes on a hugely disappointing evening for West Ham. This was a moment progressive 4-1 annihilation and walks out on him just three points over the assignment zone. Winston Reid left the pitch on a stretcher with conceivably genuine knee damage and David Gold, the club’s co-proprietor, was stood up to by an irate supporter as he endeavored to leave the Liberty Stadium.
Moyes Previewed “A day of embarrassment.It was the worst performance since ive been at West Ham. We just never really looked at any time as if we were in control.From a throw-in we loast the first goal-one that I think we should save. We conceded tow goals from corner kicks and one a penalty kick,so from my point of view they were all avoidable.A poor performance and poor all round.”
Swansea’s Manager Carvalhal was in a great mood as he got his seventh consecutive home victory.The Manager described his team performance was Rock and roll and had a great teamwork, it looked like there were 11 brothers playing on the pitch.
They had a great Start off to the game, they were ahead inside nine minutes after Ki, getting ownership from André Ayew, bored a low left-footed shot from 22 yards past Adrián and into the corner. In spite of the fact that the shot was all around set, it conveyed little power and the West Ham goalkeeper ought to seemingly have improved the situation.
André Ayew met Sam Clucas’ corner with a bending header, driving Adrián into a natural spare that finished with the ball dropping enticingly to king to wound home. Jordan Ayew’s punishment, after Cheikhou Kouyaté cumbersomely cut down André Ayew, decorated the scoreline before Antonio bored a low shot past Lukasz Fabianski late on.