Manchester United football club of England on loan star Jesse Lingard has become the first player to set a new record since making his debut for David Moyes led West Ham United in February, after netting another goal plus an assist in his team's away victory over Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux Stadium.
The England international who has been outstanding for the London based club since joining them on a short loan deal from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United, was given another starting role by coach David Moyes, and he was able to impress again, as he scored a fine goal to give his team a deserved away victory.
Lingard started in the away team's attack alongside Michail Antonio, and the duo were exceptional for the visitors on the pitch.
Jesse Lingard opened scoring for the visitors in the 6th minutes after receiving an assist from Vladimir Coufal. Pablo Fornals doubled the lead in the 14th minutes, while Jarrod Bowen made it 3-0 in the 38th minutes, before Leander Dendoncker scored for the home team in the 44th minutes through an assist from Adama Traore to end the first half 3-1.
Fabio Silva then scored another goal for the home team in the 68th minutes to end the match 3-2 in favour of David Moyes led West Ham United.
With Jesse Lingard's goal and assist in West Ham United’s 3-2 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers, it means he has become the first player in the English Premier League to set this record since making his debut for the Hammers in the league in February.
"No player has been involved in more English Premier League goals than Jesse Lingard since his debut for West Ham on February 3rd (6 goals, 4 assists)."
The victory over Nuno Espirito Santo led Wolverhampton Wanderers football club has now taken David Moyes' West Ham United to the 4th spot, in the English Premier League table with 52nd points from 30 matches played.
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