On This Day: West Ham hit five to hold off Oxford
Taking a look back at a classic West Ham United moment on this day in history, in association with RoadX Tyres...
West Ham United went goal crazy to secure a 5-3 Division One victory over Oxford United on this day in 1992!
The Irons fell behind Clive Allen put the Hammers on course with a beautifully taken volleyed opener.
Tim Breacker then broke forward before smashing the ball into the top left-hand corner from the edge of the Oxford penalty area. Kevin Keen then won possession back deep in U's territory and fed Julian Dicks, who slammed a trademark shot into the net from all of 30 yards.
Into the second half and Mark Robson was fouled and Dicks' long-range free-kick was deflected into the net. And the fifth arrived them Trevor Morley timed his run to perfection to head home from Dicks' diagonal free-kick.
Enjoy all five goals again here!
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