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Premier League: Iwobi Inspires Fulham’s Win At West Ham

Premier League: Iwobi Inspires Fulham’s Win At West Ham

Alex Iwobi put up a stellar display as Fulham recorded a 2-0 away win against West Ham United at the London Stadium on Sunday.

Andreas Pereira gave Fulham the lead on nine minutes.

Iwobi set up the Brazilian for the second goal 18 minutes from time.

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The Whites won the ball in the middle of the park, it came to the midfielder on the right-hand side and he sent a perfectly weighted and timed pass through to Pereira, who swept home.

The 27-year-old has now scored five goals and registered three assists in 25 league appearances for Fulham this season.

He was replaced by Harry Wilson 16 minutes from time.

His compatriot Calvin Bassey was in action for 90 minutes in the game.

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  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 1 month ago

    You people are very funny indeed sha kai!
    Iwobi “inspires” is your headline but did you watch the match? What did he inspire? someone that was yanked off on 75 minutes and had no real impact on the game apart from one good okay great pass but he was taken off a minute after that and you are here telling us that he inspired the win, omo na wa for una o CSN

    • Chikadibia 1 month ago

      I didn’t c the whole match but I watched the highlights.
      He created the chance that led to the first goal. That long accurate pass to Willian, who then gave the assist.
      If the author writes inspired, he is definitely correct.

    • You are just a joke of the century. Bitter as bile but it will only destroy you. He was yanked off after he set the team up for two beautiful goals and in your own assessment he was yanked off. I beg to ask you since you have refused to grow up, when a player is taken off the field, is it always because he didn’t play well? 

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