In the fifteenth leg of English Premier League football, today, Saturday, West Ham dealt a painful blow to their guest Chelsea.
Chelsea’s goal was opened by Deco Silva in the 29th minute, then West Ham equalized in the 40th minute through a penalty kick by Manuel Lancini.
Chelsea then advanced again through Mason Mount in the last minute of the first half, but West Ham equalized in the 56th minute with a goal from Jarot Bowen.
And three minutes before the end of the match, substitute Arthur Masuko scored 3/2 for West Ham.
Chelsea’s draw was frozen at 33 points, just one point ahead of Manchester City and two points ahead of third-placed Liverpool.
With Liverpool visiting Wolverhampton and Manchester City Watford, Chelsea could lose their lead in today’s podium.
As for West Ham, coached by David Moyes, he lifted his score to 27 points, four points ahead of fifth-placed Arsenal to secure his place in fourth.
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