West Ham United
West Ham United

Sébastien Haller 22'

Sébastien Haller 26'

Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes 80'

3
-
0
Charlton Athletic
Charlton Athletic
0
15
30
45
60
75
90
WES
V
CHA
Yellow (5')
Ben Johnson
Goal (22')
Scorer: Sébastien Haller
Goal (26')
Scorer: Sébastien Haller
Yellow (38')
Arthur Masuaku
Goal (80')
Scorer: Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
Substitution (84')
Sub-on: Ben Johnson
Sub-off: Harrison Ashby
Substitution (84')
Sub-on: Robert Snodgrass
Sub-off: Conor Coventry
Substitution (45')
Sub-on: Macauley Bonne
Sub-off: Chuks Aneke
Substitution (77')
Sub-on: Darren Pratley
Sub-off: Alex Gilbey
Substitution (77')
Sub-on: Jonathan Williams
Sub-off: Conor Washington
Possession
61.9 %
38.1 %
Shots (On Target)
6
2
Shots (Off Target)
9
3
Corners
7
4
Crosses
25
19
Clearances
13
17
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Charlton Athletic
Possession
61.9%
38.1%
Shots (On Target)
6
2
Shots (Off Target)
9
3
Corners
7
4
Crosses
25
19
Clearances
13
17
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Charlton Athletic
West Ham United
4-2-3-1
35
26
23
4
31
10
7
11
8
33
22
54
42
18
50
32
25
20
Man. David Moyes
35 Darren Randolph
26 Arthur Masuaku
23 Issa Diop
4 Fabián Balbuena
31 Ben Johnson
10 Manuel Lanzini
7 Andriy Yarmolenko
11 Robert Snodgrass
8 Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
33 Josh Cullen
22 Sébastien Haller
Substitutions
54 Conor Coventry
42 Ajibola Alese
18 Pablo Fornals
50 Harrison Ashby
32 Alexandre Nascimento Costa Silva
25 David Martin
20 Jarrod Bowen
Possession %
62
38
Duels Won
42
44
Aerial Duels Won
16
15
Interceptions
12
14
Offsides
2
2
Corners
7
4
Charlton Athletic
4-4-1-1
13
4
3
48
32
23
20
18
15
9
7
10
11
8
14
35
30
19
Lee Bowyer Man.
Ben Amos 13
Abdul-Yussuf Oshilaja 4
Ben Purrington 3
Charlie Barker 48
George Lapslie 32
Dylan Levitt 23
Erhun Oztumer 20
Alfie Doughty 18
Darren Pratley 15
Macauley Bonne 9
Jonathan Williams 7
Substitutions
Chuks Aneke 10
Alex Gilbey 11
Jake Forster-Caskey 8
Conor Washington 14
James Vennings 35
Ashley Maynard-Brewer 30
Albie Morgan 19
Player Comparison

 Sebastien Haller celebrates scoring against Charlton


West Ham United 3-0 Charlton Athletic
Carabao Cup Round Two

West Ham United booked a home Carabao Cup third round tie against Leeds United or Hull City by defeating Charlton Athletic 3-0 on Tuesday night.

The Hammers had too much for their League One opponents, with Sebastien Haller’s quickfire double before the break giving them a commanding position they never seemed likely to relinquish.

Charlton kept the hosts honest, with Jonny Williams and Chuks Aneke bringing saves from Darren Randolph, but West Ham were in control and wrapped up the content with Felipe Anderson’s third goal ten minutes from the end.

The Hammers were much-changed from their Premier League opener against Newcastle United, with only Issa Diop remaining from that XI, but manager David Moyes was still able to call upon a wealth of experience.

The hosts began on the front foot and had an eleventh minute goal disallowed when referee Andre Marriner adjudged Addicks keeper Ben Amos to have the ball under his control before Andriy Yarmolenko scrambled it home.

Seven minutes later, Haller dragged a shot wide when well-placed after good work from Ben Johnson down the right set up the chance.

No matter, as Haller struck from his next two chances to put the Hammers in the driving seat.

First, with 22 minutes on the clock, he nudged home from close range after Yarmolenko timed his run to perfection, allowing him to beat the offside trap and run onto Josh Cullen’s clipped pass in behind to lay across from the Frenchman.

Then, four minutes later, Haller used his strength in the air to meet Robert Snodgrass’ left-footed cross with a towering header back across Amos’ dive and into the far corner.

Williams tested Randolph with a fiercely-struck shot from outside the box with 31 minutes played, while the Hammers keeper had to save from Chuks Aneke and Williams again at the start of the second period.

That flurry just after half-time reminded the hosts that the job wasn’t yet finished, and they went in search of the third that would kill the game off once and for all.

Yarmolenko went close to finding in when he knocked wide when under pressure on his left foot, and Felipe Anderson went one better ten minutes from time to seal his team’s place in round three.

Manuel Lanzini was the goal’s architect, standing his man up inside the box before laying off for the Brazilian to stroke home from 15 yards.

Moyes gave Academy defender Harrison Ashby a debut from the bench in the closing stages, with another youngster Conor Coventry, joining him on the pitch as the Hammers were able to celebrate a job well done.

West Ham United: Randolph, Johnson (Ashby 84), Balbuena, Diop, Masuaku, Snodgrass (Coventry 84), Cullen, Lanzini, Yarmolenko, Haller, Felipe Anderson
Subs: Martin, Alese, Fornals, Bowen, Xande Silva

Goals: Haller 22, 26, Felipe Anderson 80

Booked: Masuaku, Johnson

Charlton Athletic: Amos, Lapslie, Barker, Oshilaja, Purrington, Oztumer, Pratley (Gilbey 77), Levitt, Doughty, Williams (Washington 77), Bonne (Aneke 46)
Subs: Maynard-Brewer, Vennings, Morgan, Forster-Caskey

Referee: Andre Marriner