West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers, 27 September 2020

Score4-0 to West Ham United
RefereeMartin Atkinson
CompetitionPremier League
VenueLondon Stadium
Kick-off: 7.00pm Played behind closed doors due to COVID-19 restrictions. Premier League Head to Head Played: 9 West Ham United won: 3 Drawn: 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers won: 5 West Ham United scored: 10 Wolverhampton Wanderers scored: 12 This was West Ham United's biggest win against Wolverhampton Wanderers since a 4-0 victory at Upton Park in League Division Two on 5 May 1990.

4 West Ham United

Manager: David Moyes

0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Manager: Nuno Espírito Santo

Goals:

Jarrod Bowen 17 G
Jarrod Bowen 57 G
Raúl Jiménez own goal 66 OG
Sébastien Haller 90 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Łukasz Fabiański
Defender Fabián Balbuena
Defender Arthur Masuaku
Defender Angelo Ogbonna
Defender/Midfielder Ryan Fredericks
Defender/Midfielder Declan Rice
Defender/Left back Aaron Cresswell
Midfielder Pablo Fornals
Midfielder Tomáš Souček
Midfielder/Forward Michail Antonio
Midfielder/Forward Jarrod Bowen

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Rui Patrício
Defender Willy Boly
Defender Nélson Semedo
Defender Rúben Vinagre
Defender/Midfielder Conor Coady
Defender/Midfielder Romain Saïss
Midfielder João Moutinho
Midfielder Pedro Neto
Midfielder Rúben Neves
Midfielder/Forward Adama Traoré
Forward Raúl Jiménez

Substitutions:

Ben Johnson for Ryan Fredericks 49
Sébastien Haller for Michail Antonio 88
Mark Noble for Jarrod Bowen 88

Substitutions:

Fábio Silva for Adama Traoré 62
Ki-Jana Hoever for Nélson Semedo 73
Vitinha for João Moutinho 73

Cards:

Cards:

Conor Coady 51 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Darren Randolph
Defender/Midfielder Ben Johnson
Midfielder Felipe Anderson
Midfielder Manuel Lanzini
Midfielder Mark Noble
Midfielder/Forward Andriy Yarmolenko

On the bench:

Goalkeeper John Ruddy
Defender Ki-Jana Hoever
Defender Max Kilman
Defender/Midfielder Leander Dendoncker
Midfielder Meritan Shabani
Midfielder Vitinha
Forward Fábio Silva

Comments:

League position: 10th This was West Ham United's biggest win at the London Stadium in the Premier League since their 4-0 victory against AFC Bournemouth on 1 January 2020, which was manager David Moyes' first game of his second spell in charge. The Hammers kept a clean sheet for the first time in their last 11 home games in the Premier League. Only Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah (50) and Sergio Agüero of Manchester City (38) had now scored more goals in home league games in the top four divisions since the start of the 2017-18 season than Jarrod Bowen (36). As manager David Moyes was self-isolating having tested positive for COVID-19, assistant manager Alan Irvine was in charge of the team during this game.

Comments:

League position: 16th 15,001 goals had now been scored in Wolverhampton Wanderers’ all-time league games (for and against). They became the first club to reach the 15,000 milestone. Wolves had now conceded 201 goals in their 116 away games in the Premier League (scored 116). This was the first time they had lost a game by a margin of four or more goals since Barnsley's 4-0 win at Molineux in the League Championship on 13 September 2016.