Coach of the West Ham United Football Club based in East London, David Moyes updated the media about the injuries of the four best players of the club. He informs who will be available in the Champion League match against Chelsea and without which player the match will be played.
Updates on the Injuries-
Declan Rice has been absent for the last 4 matches and Michail Antonio has been missing since he got injured in the match against the Wolves and they won’t be coming back due to their severe injuries. West Ham is missing out on the outstanding triad of Angelo Ogbonna, Declan Rice, and Michail Antonio.
Later Aaron Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku were injured. The Ham lost their last match with Leicester and the head of the team David Moyes said to the press that the team cannot lose any more players. The loss of the players from the top 11 will leave a huge impact on their performance.
David Moyes hoped that they would have Michail ‘Micky’ back in the match against Chelsea and Jesse Lingard who had a cramp has recovered and will also get better until the match with Chelsea to compete for the reservation in the semi-finals as one of the top 4 in the Champions League.
How was the Match against Chelsea-
West Ham was missing 5 outfield players in the match against Chelsea. West Ham lost their match against Chelsea with 0-1 and couldn’t find their place in the semi-finals as they were left in the 5th position after losing against both Manchester and Chelsea.
The team was already short in the number of excellent players when Fabian Balbuena was given a red card and was sent out 10 minutes from the match to finish off and only 10 players played the match.
The Ham despite missing incredible players performed well in the match against Chelsea and Manchester. Hammers failed in marking their entry in the semifinals, but the competition Ham gave while dealing with injuries is remarkable. The Ham would get more chances in the future and any other team could not have done any better if they were in the place of the Hammers.
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