West Ham United have made a superb start at the pre-season Eurofoot Tournament in Belgium, winning four of their five Group A fixtures to reach the semi-finals.

The Under-18s won their opening three Group A matches without conceding a single goal, scoring eight goals themselves in the process. A 2-1 win over KV Oostende meant defeat by the same scoreline by FC Utrecht could not stop the Hammers finish top of their group.

The Hammers opened the competition in Oostduinkerke on Friday afternoon with a 1-0 victory over Club Brugge, with new signing Jordan Brown scoring the only goal of the game.

Later the same day, Rob Girdlestone, Marcio Martins, and trialist Carlos Gonzalez-Cabrera were on target in a 3-0 win over a second Belgian side, AA Gent.

Saturday morning saw Steve Potts' youngsters take to the pitch for a third time, but Belgian giants Anderlecht proved to be no match for West Ham as Brown, Nathan Mavila and schoolboys Decarrey Sheriff and Fatia Adebayo on target in a 4-0 success.

West Ham completed their slate of Group A fixtures by beating a fourth Belgian side, KV Oostende, 2-1 with goals from Jamie Harney and Djair Parfitt-Williams. Sheriff scored in a 2-1 defeat by Dutch side FC Utrecht on Saturday evening, but a haul of 12 points could not stop the Hammers from winning Group A.

Having finished in the top two, the Hammers will meet local rivals and Group B runners-up Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-finals at 11am on Sunday local time, with the final to follow at 4.30pm.

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