On This Day: West Ham United hit three in Premier League win at Bolton Wanderers
Taking a look back at a classic West Ham United moment on this day in history, presented by Heineken...
West Ham United scored three second-half goals to secure a superb Premier League win at Bolton Wanderers on this day in 1995.
After a goalless first period, Tony Cottee set up Ian Bishop to break the deadlock with a long-range strike a minute into the second half. Cottee then made it two on 68 minutes before Danny Williamson completed a fine afternoon's work at Burnden Park with a fine individual effort late on.
Bolton's misery was compounded by the sending-off of Mark Patterson two minutes from full-time.
Harry Redknapp's West Ham finished the season in a respectable tenth place, while Bolton finished 20th and bottom and were relegated.
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