Hernández close to West Ham exit

Ivan Schwartz
January 22, 2018

Bournemouth took the lead against the run of play as Fraser scored with a crisp finish from 10 metres in the 71st minute following a defence-splitting pass by Junior Stanislas, after the visitors had soaked up intense pressure.

The point lifted the Cherries above Crystal Palace in the table into 12th position, just one point behind West Ham.

A share of the spoils was just about right.

The former Manchester United striker has found it hard to make an impact since joining West Ham in the summer, but he rescued a point for David Moyes' men on Saturday afternoon when he came on and equalised against Bournemouth in a game which finished 1-1 at the London Stadium. "We're short on the bench at the moment, we've got a lot of injuries". "And hopefully he's going to score a lot more goals for us in the weeks and months ahead". He's got the quality and makes us play very good football, so we're delighted to have him back.

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The Scot described the first-half performance as the best of his reign, which began in November, but admitted it tailed off as the rigours of the FA Cup extra-time replay win over the Shrews caught up with his side.

"We grew into the game, I thought we were slow out the traps but it wasn't a great start from us and we did well not to concede", Howe told the club's website. The Hammers equalised from the restart, as substitute Hernandez pounced.

"It's frustration as we'd done so well up the other end, then the nature of their goal was hugely disappointing, we didn't attack the ball well enough".

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