Sports writing, Nov 22 (EFE) .- A goal from Ivorian Sebastien Haller was enough for West Ham to beat bottom, Sheffield United (0-1) in Bramall Lane, and prolong the reaction that began a day ago, when beat Fulham.
The team of David Moyes seems to have come out of the pothole, although he did not have plenty of resources against a sunken adversary, who has not yet won in the Premier and who closes the classification with a draw in nine games as his only merit.
The game broke out near game time when a shot attempt by Spaniard Pablo Fornals was repelled by the home side. Haller picked up the rebound and from the half moon he signed an impossible shot for goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Chris Wilder’s Sheffield lacked arguments to react and West Ham left with the three points that settle them at the top of the standings led by Tottenham. EFE