West Ham United for Champions League; check out why

David Moyes’ West Ham United have been the team to watch out for this season. The Hammers story this season has been inspirational, full of character and passion to be recognized amongst the top brass of English Football.
ImageThe Hammers currently stand 4th in the points table occupying the last Champions League spot with 45 points to their credit and should they hold on or rise in the table, this will be their season.
Guardiola’s men have made their own journey and been head and shoulders above the rest but it is West Ham who have shocked everyone and played competitive, enjoyable and gutsy football to stake a claim.

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West Ham have conceded the third least number of goals this season with 31 having scored 40 in return.
The new signing, Tomas Soucek has been the go-to man for Moyes with the midfielder bagging 8 goals for the season, coupled with Aaron Cresswell’s 6 assists. These two have been the glue which has stuck the team together and pushed them to greater heights.
ImageThe engine of West Ham has been accelerated with the January signing of Jesse Lingard from Manchester United, who has hit the ground running scoring 3 goals in 5 appearances since arriving here. His pace has made the attack much more potent.
ImageThe cohesive unit of West Ham has been in full flow this season with a huge amount of credit going to Moyes for changing the set up and formation to make West Ham a side who are difficult to contend with.
9 clean sheets signify the training and effort made by the defenders and goalkeeper to hold up play and not put themselves under tough situations.
West Ham’s play has involved crossing to a large extent which is evident in them having the 3rd most crosses in the league after Liverpool and Leeds.
Antonio, Bowen, Ogbonna and Rice have been key contributors this season while Masuaku has been solid at the back along with the experience and expertise of the evergreen Mark Noble.


David Moyes and Co will look to continue the great work and secure a top 4 and Champions League spot. This will be considered a successful season for the Hammers if achieved.


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