West Ham United
West Ham United

Robert Snodgrass 18'

Sébastien Haller 45'

Andriy Yarmolenko 56'

Sébastien Haller 91'

Andriy Yarmolenko 92'

5
-
1
Hull City
Hull City

70' Mallik Wilks

0
15
30
45
60
75
90
WES
V
HUL
Goal (18')
Scorer: Robert Snodgrass
Goal (45')
Scorer: Sébastien Haller
Penalty (56')
Andriy Yarmolenko
Substitution (69')
Sub-on: Harrison Ashby
Sub-off: Emmanuel Longelo
Goal (91')
Scorer: Sébastien Haller
Goal (92')
Scorer: Andriy Yarmolenko
Substitution (17')
Sub-on: Richard Smallwood
Sub-off: George Honeyman
Yellow (55')
Sean McLoughlin
Yellow (59')
George Honeyman
Substitution (61')
Sub-on: Thomas Mayer
Sub-off: Keane Lewis-Potter
Substitution (61')
Sub-on: James Scott
Sub-off: Mallik Wilks
Yellow (65')
Brandon Fleming
Goal (70')
Scorer: Mallik Wilks
Assist: Josh Magennis
Possession
61.6 %
38.4 %
Shots (On Target)
8
4
Shots (Off Target)
11
1
Corners
4
1
Crosses
13
12
Clearances
8
17
Yellow Cards
0
3
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Hull City
Possession
61.6%
38.4%
Shots (On Target)
8
4
Shots (Off Target)
11
1
Corners
4
1
Crosses
13
12
Clearances
8
17
Yellow Cards
0
3
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Hull City
West Ham United
4-2-3-1
35
42
4
31
23
7
11
8
10
22
19
50
33
56
20
32
34
54
25
Man. David Moyes
35 Darren Randolph
42 Ajibola Alese
4 Fabián Balbuena
31 Ben Johnson
23 Issa Diop
7 Andriy Yarmolenko
11 Robert Snodgrass
8 Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
10 Manuel Lanzini
22 Sébastien Haller
19 Jack Wilshere
50 Harrison Ashby
Substitutions
33 Josh Cullen
56 Emmanuel Longelo
20 Jarrod Bowen
32 Alexandre Nascimento Costa Silva
34 Nathan Trott
54 Conor Coventry
25 David Martin
Possession %
62
38
Duels Won
54
51
Aerial Duels Won
19
19
Interceptions
15
11
Offsides
2
2
Corners
4
1
Hull City
4-2-3-1
1
2
21
17
15
11
34
8
6
22
27
10
19
5
14
7
13
12
Grant McCann Man.
George Long 1
Lewie Coyle 2
Brandon Fleming 21
Sean McLoughlin 17
Alfie Jones 15
James Scott 11
Callum Jones 34
Daniel Batty 8
Richard Smallwood 6
Thomas Mayer 22
Josh Magennis 27
Substitutions
George Honeyman 10
Keane Lewis-Potter 19
Reece Burke 5
Martin Samuelsen 14
Mallik Wilks 7
Matt Ingram 13
Joshua Emmanuel 12
Player Comparison
West Ham celebrate against Hull

 

West Ham United swept into the Carabao Cup fourth round with a comprehensive 5-1 win over Hull City at London Stadium.

Sebastien Haller and Andriy Yarmolenko scored two goals each and Robert Snodgrass netted against his old club as the Hammers outplayed their EFL League One opponents on Tuesday evening.

It was a successful end to a challenging evening which saw manager David Moyes and players Issa Diop and Josh Cullen test positive for COVID-19 and have to leave London Stadium before kick-off, with their places in the starting eleven taken by debutant Ajibola Alese and Jack Wilshere.

West Ham were dominant throughout, creating 19 goal attempts and taking five of them.

Felipe Anderson had the first two, shooting wide with the first and too high with the second, before teenager Harrison Ashby saw his left-foot shot parried by Hull goalkeeper George Long.

The deadlock was broken a minute after Hull captain Richard Smallwood was forced off with an injury, with ex-Hull midfielder Snodgrass the scorer. 

Manuel Lanzini and Yarmolenko, who were influential throughout, combined to pick out the Scot, who drove a volley across Long and into the bottom right-hand corner on 18 minutes.

The goalmouth action then abated until Lanzini curled narrowly wide on 38, and Haller continued his fine Carabao Cup run with a close-range finish on the stroke of half-time, with the Argentina international and Yarmolenko again heavily involved in the build-up.

 

Robert Snodgrass scores against Hull

 

With Hull, who came into the game with four wins from four League One and Carabao Cup games this season, unable to impose themselves on proceedings, West Ham continued to create chances, with Haller’s volley deflected wide and Yarmolenko curling over.

It was 3-0 on 56 minutes. As Lanzini’s corner was delivered, Haller was bundled over, referee Simon Hooper pointed to the spot and Yarmolenko grabbed the ball before calmly sending Long the wrong way with his penalty.

Frustration began to set into the Tigers and substitute George Honeyman and Brandon Fleming were both booked for late challenges – the latter leaving Ashby nursing a dislocated finger and needing to be replaced by debutant Emmanuel Longelo.

Long saved from Lanzini and Yarmolenko fired high and wide as West Ham continued to threaten, but it was Hull who got the game’s fourth goal, Mallik Wilks getting the wrong side of Longelo before finishing through Darren Randolph’s legs.

Josh Magennis then forced the Republic of Ireland goalkeeper into a save with a downward header, and the goalkeeper was called into action again in the final minute of the 90, gathering Honeyman’s snap-shot.

But any chance of a Hull fightback was ended in added time, when the Hammers added two further goals.

First, Lanzini diverted Felipe Anderson’s lofted diagonal into the path of Haller, who rounded Long to score, then the No10’s quick free-kick set the Brazilian away, and his cutback was swept home first-time by Yarmolenko to make the final score 5-1.

West Ham United: Randolph, Ashby (Longelo 69), Balbuena, Alese, Johnson, Wilshere, Snodgrass, Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Felipe Anderson, Haller
Subs not used: Martin (GK), Trott (GK), Coventry, Bowen, Xande Silva

Goals: Snodgrass 18, Haller 45, 90+1, Yarmolenko 56, 90+2

Hull City: Long, Coyle, Jones, McLoughlin, Fleming, Batty, Smallwood (Honeyman 17), Scott (Wilks 61), Jones, Mayer (Lewis-Potter 61), Magennis
Subs not used: Ingram (GK), Burke, Emmanuel, Samuelsen

Goal: Wilks 70

Referee: Simon Hooper