West Ham have not had a great season in the Premier League. Especially in recent weeks, things have been miserable from the side of the Hammers, and it looked miserable for a long time even in the match against Luton, who were acutely threatened with relegation. The opponent led 1:0 from the sixth minute and kept the lead for most of the game. It wasn’t until the 54th minute that Ward-Prowse equalized.

The coach’s last home game David Moyes however, in the end, he did not get bitter with the experienced manager on the West Ham bench. He can thank Tomáš Souček, who in the 65th minute showed a great performance when the ball bounced to him on the edge of the large area and the Czech national team captain fired at the goal from the first and shot through everything he had to shoot through.

West Ham has already maintained and even increased the lead. In the 77th minute, Earthy scored to make it 3:1. He had only been on the pitch for a few tens of seconds at the time and scored his first goal in the Premier League at the age of nineteen, for which Vladimír Coufal, who started the whole event, also has a lot to do with it. .


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The last game at home, a winning one at that, deserves a comment, as if Souček said to himself. “The last game of the season at home. Fans, you are incredible and in my heart for life. We are happy that we ended up with a home win. A season with so many ups and downs, but all the while you sat in your seats to be with us,” he tweeted.

No wonder. West Ham fans, although they certainly didn’t have a reason to be happy all season and sometimes showed it quite loudly, were among the most loyal and with an average attendance of over 62,000 they brought West Ham almost to the top of the Premier League. Only Manchester United has higher numbers at home matches.