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Match Review: Premier League match – up between West Hamd and Liverpool


David Moyes, who took over as manager of West Ham in December 2019, has been steadily strengthening his squad and has been able to establish the English style of football. So far, they’ve won one game and lost one against the Big Six, but have they managed to get a point against Liverpool? Let’s take a look at the game.。

Pre-match analysis: West Ham take on a tough Liverpool side

Analysis: Can Moyes’ football hold up against Liverpool?

Moyes’ approach to the game has been to play physical, quick, vertical football. With Angelo Ogbon and Kurt Zouma at centre-back, and Declan Rice and Tomasz Socek as the main volantees, Moyes’s style is to play a physical game, passing the ball quickly to fast, technical attackers such as Jarrod Bowen, Pablo Fornals and Said Benrahma. It’s a style that has become the norm.

At first glance, this style of play may seem unimpressive, but it has proved to be a great success, with a record of 6 wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats in 10 league games, good enough for fourth place. One of the biggest threats is the physicality of their set pieces. A quarter of the goals they have conceded have come from set pieces, making them a major weapon in their arsenal.

West Ham have had a good run of form so far, but this will be the first time they have faced the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea in the top flight of the league. Can West Ham play their football against a Liverpool side who are unbeaten in the league so far? Let’s take a look at the starting line-up.

Analysis 2: The starting line-up

West Ham kept the same starting line-up from the 4-1 win over Aston Villa, while Liverpool made three changes from the previous game.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain replaces Naby Keita, who was injured against Brighton, Joel Matip replaces Ibraima Konate at centre-back, and Diogo Jota, who has been in fine form this season, starts at centre-forward instead of Roberto Firmino. In the centre forward position, Diogo Jota, who has been in good form this season, started instead of Roberto Firmino.

It will be interesting to see how West Ham fare against a reshuffled Liverpool side with a familiar squad. We’ll have to wait and see.

West Ham beat Liverpool

West Ham defeated a difficult Liverpool side at home. West Ham defeated a tough Liverpool side at home, playing their own brand of football. They played their own football and got the three points. On the other hand, Liverpool could not break down the West Ham defence. Liverpool were unable to break down West Ham’s defence and suffered their first defeat in the league.

The home team scored from a corner kick in the fourth minute of the first half. The home side scored from a corner kick in the fourth minute of the first half and equalised in the last minute of the second half, but the visitors scored in the 67th and 74th minutes to secure the win. The visitors then came under heavy pressure from Liverpool, but were able to hold them to just one goal. The win moved West Ham up to third in the league table.

One of the highlights of the game was the patience and spirit of the players who stuck to their game plan. Two of the three goals they scored came from set pieces. Once they had taken the lead, their defensive line and volleys held out against Liverpool’s onslaught.

So why were West Ham able to stick to their game plan? And why couldn’t Liverpool play their own football?

Let’s take a look at the three turning points that made the difference between the two teams.

Turning point 1: The VAR decision on the first goal

The turning point of the game came early in the game.
The first of these turning points was the VAR decision on the first goal.

West Ham took the lead four minutes into the first half from a corner kick following a long counter from deep in their own half. However, VAR stepped in when Ogbonna was fouled by goalkeeper Alisson in a race for the goal. In the end the goal was scored and the decision was not overturned, but it was a very delicate decision that could have been a foul.

In the end, the decision had a major impact on the game.
After conceding the first goal, Liverpool went on the attack, but West Ham knew this was coming. The plan was to keep Liverpool on the back foot and play the long counter.

A Trent Alexander-Arnold free-kick in the 41st minute gave West Ham the equaliser, but it was a good first half for the visitors, who never really took the lead in the first place. It was a good first half, and it gave us a lot of confidence going into the second half.

Liverpool, on the other hand, will be looking for a point against a lower-ranked side. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the impatience to get the winner as soon as possible led to the ball being lost and the goal being conceded on the counter.

Turning point 2: Firmino’s injury

The second turning point was the appointment of Jota as a starter.
Up until now, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has used Firmino and Jota in parallel at centre-forward.

Firmino was used in the last Premier League game, but he was injured in the Champions League match against Atletico Madrid in midweek. However, Firmino was injured in the Champions League match against Atletico Madrid in midweek and was unable to play against West Ham, so Jota was named in the starting line-up for this match.

Jota is a fast attacker, a shadow striker who moves up and down the pitch and is involved in attacks. He is a fast attacker, a shadow striker who moves up and down the field and is involved in the attack. Klopp wanted to use Jota to get behind West Ham’s defensive line, which is not very fast, but he allowed West Ham to fill all the spaces.

What we need up front is a post player who is able to make the most of a difficult pass. Firmino fits the bill. But he is not even on the bench due to injury.

This is not to say that Jota is an inferior player. On the contrary, the Portuguese forward has scored five goals and provided two assists, including a goal against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. However, with West Ham’s relatively low defensive line and their deep defence after conceding the first goal, Jota will not be able to show what he can do.

It would have been a different story if Firmino had been available for the first team, as he made a couple of sharp passes through Virgil van Dijk and Fabinho.

Turning Point 3: Set-piece attacks and defences

We have mentioned two turning points so far, but the one that most directly affected the outcome of the game was the set piece.

Two of the three goals Liverpool conceded came from corner kicks. Two of the three goals conceded by Liverpool came from corner kicks, with the West Ham kicker aiming for the far side on both occasions. The West Ham kicker went for the far side on both occasions, kicking the ball over the head of the Liverpool goalkeeper.

The first goal was unavoidable, but the second, when the same ball was kicked, was something we should have done something about. The first goal was unavoidable, but the second goal, when the same ball was kicked, was a mistake that we should have avoided. The first goal was scored four minutes into the first half. The second goal came from a corner kick in the 74th minute. There was a half-time interval, so there was time to correct the mistakes.

It was inevitable that Liverpool would make the same mistakes again and again and lose the game.



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