Enner Valencia reminded West Ham United fans of his eye for goal by scoring twice in Ecuador's 2-0 FIFA World Cup victory over hosts Qatar on Sunday afternoon.
Valencia may not have scored many for West Ham but, when he did, they were either spectacular, important or both!
Signed from Mexican club Pachuca in July 2014, the 24-year-old Ecuador international had finished as the Liga MX's top scorer the previous season.
It took the striker four games to get off the mark in Claret and Blue, with an unstoppable rocket that soared into the Hull City net in a 2-2 Premier League draw at the KC Stadium. Further goals followed at Burnley and Stoke City, then in an FA Cup third-round replay with Everton at the Boleyn Ground in January 2015, as the South American forged a promising partnership with Diafra Sakho.
However, 2015 proved less productive overall, with just two further strikes from Valencia in a top-flight home defeat by Crystal Palace and UEFA Europa League qualifier with Astra Giurgiu at the Boleyn Ground.
The following year kicked-off in style with two goals in a 3-1 win at AFC Bournemouth - a volleyed finish and a dipping free-kick - and two more in a Premier League draw with Manchester City in January. However, those proved to be his ninth, tenth and last in a West Ham shirt.
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