We just saw a match between Wolves and West ham in the premier league round 30 fixture. Wolves were hoping to close the gap on the top 6 as they searched for a win, while West ham were hoping to close the gap on Manchester United and Leicester City.
The match between both sides saw some exciting highlight as West ham started off brightly.
Jesse Lingard who seems to be a very top form since his move away from Old Trafford, found the back of the net in the 5th minute as he scored a fantastic goal.
Later on, Fornals made it 2:0 for West ham in the 14th minute. Few minutes later, Jesse Lingard set up Bowen for the third goal of the match, making it 3:0.
Towards the end of the first half, Wolves got a consolation goal to make the scoreline 3:1. In the second half, Fabio Silva scored a goal in the 67th minute to make the scoreline 3:2. The match then ended in a 3:2 win for West ham.
Goals: 19 goals
Goals: 18 goals
Club: Manchester United
Goals: 17 goals
Goals: 14 goals
5) Patrick Bamford
Club: Leeds United
Goals: 14 goals
What is your opinion on Jesse Lingard's current form in the premier league?. Please share your opinion.
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