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A rare Premier League goal for Sebastien Haller brought West Ham to victory on Bramall Lane and brought more misery to lower club Sheffield United.
The Blades were a revelation last season when they returned to the top division and finished ninth in the table. However, in their second season, they find life much more difficult.
Chris Wilder’s side have just one point from their nine games after Haller’s hit on the edge of the box caused a fourth straight loss and an eighth Premier League loss after 56 minutes.
The Hammers, on the other hand, have 14 points from a tricky opening game in which they have already played against Arsenal, Wolves, Leicester, Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool, and David Moyes’ men are in the top 10.
Fabianski parried a low shot from Oli McBurnie before the Pole reacted quickly to deny David McGoldrick in pursuit.
The visitors grew into the game and were under sustained pressure midway through the first half before Vladimir Coufal brought in a good block from Aaron Ramsdale.
55 ‘Nice teamwork by United in and around the edge of the field as a pass is threaded through to Baldock, whose heel towards the mountains is caught just in time.
McGoldrick also saw a long shot attempt, which Fabianski saved at the beginning of the second half.
The Hammers should have taken the lead after 34 minutes when Haller headed the ball in the penalty area onto Tomas Soucek’s path, but the midfielder was able to score with the goal. It was a huge disappointment for the hosts.
After a header from McBurnie, Fabianski rescued again shortly before the break, this time with the ball over the crossbar
West Ham led the way at the start of the second half. Jarrod Bowen collected the ball in the half-turn after a clearance from Ramsdale and began a run towards central defense.
Bowen released the ball to Pablo Fornals, whose shot was blocked at close range, but the ball bounced into Haller’s path, whose first shot went off the edge of the box and into the top of the net.
Blades goalkeeper Ramsdale got a hand to the ball but couldn’t hold it.
The Ivory Coast forward has scored four goals in cup competitions this season but his Sunday appearance was only his second Premier League goal this season and fourth in 2020.
Wilder’s side was suddenly all at sea and seemed in danger of admitting again. Coufal and Declan Rice saw shots valiantly blocked in a goal maw fight before Haller made another attempt.
The hosts’ best chance came after 76 minutes. Substitute Rhian Brewster played a wonderful ball behind the West Ham defense in the direction of McBurnie.
The Scot’s first touch was good, but with the goal in his grace and one on one with the goalkeeper, he took the chance and shot his attempt against the crossbar.
It left the impression that it wasn’t going to be the Day of Blades, and it turned out to be the case as they slipped to yet another defeat.
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