Junior Journo - Man City

Junior Journo Lewis Barr took control of the West Ham TV microphone at Saturday's game against Manchester City to ask some pressing questions!

In a new whufc.com feature, 10-year-old Lewis reported from the match in the press box, before taking the opportunity to grill Mark Noble afterwards.

Check out Lewis' video above and his match report below...

Man City kick off, they lose the ball and Kouyate picks it up and drives past the defence. He ends his run with a perfect ball to Valencia who rockets it home in the right hand corner 1-0.

Soon after Aguero runs at Collins and chips Adrian to hit the post. Minutes later Aguero runs and Jenkinson trips him for a penalty, he steps up and scores 1-1. As a result of a challenge Jenkinson gets hurt and is subbed off for new boy Sam Byram. 
Half time report: Both teams started strongly, with a lot of action at both ends. The key players of the half were Payet, Valencia, Song and of course Noble (legend) and for Man City, Aguero and Toure were outstanding. I personally think the penalty was soft but he did take a knock so fair play, great half.
Into the second half and West Ham kick off. It continues to be end to end football with Man City hitting the post again! West Ham were lucky not to be 2-1 down. and City make a change with Sterling for Navas. Minutes later Antonio takes a quick throw which bounces over the defence on to Valencia's chest and he beats Joe Hart, 2-1! West Ham then make a change Valencia for Jelavic.

Then a mistake from West Ham defence and Aguero taps it past Adrian for 2-2. Toure then gets a yellow for a crunching tackle on Noble. In to the last minute of the game Kouyate heads a peach and hits the crossbar and there's the final whistle, what a great game!
I just wanted to say thank you to West Ham as Saturday was the best day of my life and I couldn't wipe the smile off my face if I tried! The day will be remembered forever. When I saw the players come in I was gobsmacked, I got to walk up to Sergio Aguero and say hello, I got to talk to and dance with Alex Song.

I really enjoyed walking pitch side before the game and watching the players train as well as having the camera by my side and giving my thoughts on the game. I loved meeting Jack Collison who had a special honour at the game but my favourite part was when I met Mark Noble he was so kind and funny we had loads of jokes but this wouldn't have been possible without Sophie, Matt and James my cameraman and my dad who took me.