- Two goals for Chicharito
- Newcastle out-attempts WHUFC 16-7
- West Ham goes 13th
- End of NUFC’s three-match win streak
Javier Hernandez scored a pair of goals to lead West Ham United to a 3-0 win over Newcastle United at St. James’ Park on Saturday.
Felipe Anderson added a third goal in stoppage time to give the Irons their second away win of the season.
Both teams started the day with 12 points, and West Ham is up to 13th with the win.
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The Irons led after 11 minutes of play, with Robert Snodgrass‘ right wing cross meeting the well-timed run of El Tri poached Hernandez for 1-0.
The Spaniard missed a header in the 27th minute, and badly flubbed a stoppage time chance before Pablo Zabaleta slid to block an in-tight Salmon Rondon chance.
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Fabian Schar won a corner when Perez slipped him deep into the right side of the box, but his shot was saved for a corner by Fabianski.
Instead, Chicharito made it 2-0 in the 64th when he perfectly timed his run to meet a headed flick from Arnautovic before beating Fabianski to the near post.
Mohamed Diame could reach a chance to make it 2-0 in the 66th.
Dubravka then stymied a Felipe Anderson breakaway.
Newcastle kept trying to find a way back, with missed crosses and low-percentage shots telling most of the story.