Spanish giant Sevilla were hoping to get maximum goals when they welcomed West Ham United at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Yesterday night. The home side started their match on 4-2-3-1 formation while the visiting side started their match on 4-3-3 formation. Meanwhile the match started well as both sides were playing from the back. Both sides had few opportunities in the first half. And the match went into the half time goalles.
In the second half the home side came back very stronger. Just in the 58 minutes Kurt Zouma Received a Yellow Card following a heavy challenge. On the other hand just in the 60th minutes the home side took the lead through Munir El Haddadi. While on the other hand Both sides made their own Substitution Bringing In fresh legs in the field.
Meanwhile Kurt Zouma had an opportunity to Score the equalizer for the visiting side but his shot went Straight to the goalkeeper. At the end 1Neil is how it ended at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
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Written by Ishmael.
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