AFC Wimbledon
AFC Wimbledon

Kwesi Appiah 34'

Scott Wagstaff 41'

Scott Wagstaff 46'

Toby Sibbick 88'

4
-
2
West Ham United
West Ham United

57' Lucas Pérez

71' Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes

0
15
30
45
60
75
90
AFC
V
WES
Goal (34')
Scorer: Kwesi Appiah
Goal (41')
Scorer: Scott Wagstaff
Goal (46')
Scorer: Scott Wagstaff
Substitution (65')
Sub-on: Mitchell Pinnock
Sub-off: Tom Soares
Substitution (75')
Sub-on: Kwesi Appiah
Sub-off: Jake Jervis
Substitution (76')
Sub-on: Kwesi Appiah
Sub-off: Jake Jervis
Substitution (86')
Sub-on: Dylan Connolly
Sub-off: Toby Sibbick
Goal (88')
Scorer: Toby Sibbick
Substitution (45')
Sub-on: Pedro Obiang
Sub-off: Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
Substitution (45')
Sub-on: Grady Diangana
Sub-off: Ryan Fredericks
Substitution (45')
Sub-on: Andy Carroll
Sub-off: Lucas Pérez
Goal (57')
Scorer: Lucas Pérez
Assist:
Yellow (67')
Ryan Fredericks
Goal (71')
Scorer: Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
Assist:
Yellow (79')
Arthur Masuaku
Possession
33.3 %
66.7 %
Shots (On Target)
6
4
Shots (Off Target)
8
14
Corners
4
7
Crosses
23
20
Clearances
16
33
Yellow Cards
0
2
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
AFC Wimbledon
Possession
66.7%
33.3%
Shots (On Target)
4
6
Shots (Off Target)
14
8
Corners
7
4
Crosses
20
23
Clearances
33
16
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
AFC Wimbledon
AFC Wimbledon
4-2-3-1
35
26
4
2
6
11
5
16
40
7
9
10
19
12
14
24
20
39
Man. Wally Downes
35 Aaron Ramsdale
26 Rod McDonald
4 Abdul-Yussuf Oshilaja
2 Tennai Watson
6 Terell Thomas
11 Mitchell Pinnock
5 Will Nightingale
16 Dylan Connolly
40 Anthony Wordsworth
7 Scott Wagstaff
9 Kwesi Appiah
Substitutions
10 Jake Jervis
19 Tom Soares
12 Tyler Garratt
14 Liam Trotter
24 Joseph McDonnell
20 Toby Sibbick
39 Joe Pigott
Possession %
33
67
Duels Won
49
43
Aerial Duels Won
11
13
Interceptions
6
8
Offsides
1
1
Corners
4
7
West Ham United
4-4-2
13
26
23
21
30
11
14
16
9
17
45
37
1
27
54
8
41
24
Manuel Pellegrini Man.
Adrián San Miguel del Castillo 13
Arthur Masuaku 26
Issa Diop 23
Angelo Ogbonna 21
Michail Antonio 30
Robert Snodgrass 11
Pedro Obiang 14
Mark Noble 16
Andy Carroll 9
Javier Hernández Balcázar 17
Grady Diangana 45
Substitutions
Nathan Holland 37
Lukasz Fabianski 1
Lucas Pérez 27
Conor Coventry 54
Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes 8
Declan Rice 41
Ryan Fredericks 24
Player Comparison

AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham United
Emirates FA Cup fourth round

West Ham United crashed out of the Emirates FA Cup as they fell to a 4-2 defeat at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday evening.

The Hammers had an horrendous first 46 minutes of the game to blame for their exit, as two goals from Scott Wagstaff added to Kwesi Appiah’s opener to put the League One side into a scarcely-believable 3-0 lead.

West Ham did haul themselves back into the contest through half-time subs Lucas Perez and Felipe Anderson, but Wimbledon did not crumble in the face of Hammers pressure and regained their composure to add a fourth at the death.

There was no way back from that for a shell-shocked Hammers as they saw their FA Cup hopes come to an end for the 2018/19 campaign.

From the first whistle, Wimbledon’s desire was clear and they set about pressing the Hammers at pace to deny them the time and space to establish any dominance.

With five minutes on the clock, they threatened for the first time – and the source of the danger down the right hand side would be a constant one throughout the opening 45 minutes. Dylan Connolly delivered a low cross from the right, and Michail Antonio had to stretch to deal with it.

A minute later, Andy Carroll made a hash of a clearance following a corner, and the ball dropped for Terrell Thomas in front of goal, but he sliced the shot over.

Adrian had to fist clear a dangerous Mitch Pinnock free-kick from a tight angle as Wimbledon continued to create the better chances, although Chicharito might have done better when Robert Snodgrass played a pass to him down the side, and the Mexican’s shot was deflected behind.

Back came Wimbledon and Adrian had to be alert to stop Connolly’s sharp glancing header on 18 minutes.

West Ham could not say they hadn’t been warned by the time Appiah gave the Dons a 34th minute lead. Again it was sloppy on the Hammers’ part as they failed to keep possession after clearing a corner, allowing the home side to feed it back to Appiah on the edge of the area, and his shot took a deflection and found the net.

Seven minutes later it got worse for West Ham when Wagstaff robbed Obiang inside the visitors’ territory, allowing him to run clear on goal and slot past Adrian.

Manuel Pellegrini made a triple change at half-time, but within 40 seconds of the restart it was 3-0.

Wagstaff was the goalscorer, darting to the near post to meet Appiah’s cross with a prodded finish into the bottom right hand corner.

Having scored a third, Wimbledon perhaps naturally dropped a little deeper, allowing West Ham to play their football nearer the visitors’ goal and they took advantage by finally getting on the scoresheet with 57 minutes played.

It was two of the half-time subs who combined to score, Ryan Fredericks fizzing a low cross through to box and Lucas Perez firing the ball back across the keeper and into the bottom right corner.

With 19 minutes left to play, the deficit was reduced to one. Will Nightingale upended Snodgrass on the edge of the box as he moved infield, and Felipe Anderson stepped up to whip the free-kick inside Aaron Ramsdale’s near post.

Wimbledon were firmly on the back foot by now, but they settled their nerves and finished the tie two minutes from the end when they recycled a corner, allowing Anthony Wordsworth to deliver a cross for youngster Toby Sibbick to nod home at the far post.

AFC Wimbledon: Ramsdale, Watson, Thomas, McDonald, Oshilaja, Nightingale, Wordsworth, Connolly (Sibbick 86), Pinnock (Soares 65), Wordsworth, Appiah (Jervis 76)
Subs: Garratt, McDonnell, Pigott, Trotter

Goals: Appiah 34, Wagstaff 41, 46, Sibbick 88

West Ham United: Adrian, Antonio, Diop, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Diangana (Fredericks 46), Noble, Obiang (Felipe Anderson 46), Snodgrass, Chicharito, Carroll (Lucas Perez 46)
Subs: Fabianski, Rice, Coventry, Holland

Goals: Lucas Perez 57, Felipe Anderson 71

Booked: Fredericks, Masuaku

Referee: Anthony Taylor