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Chelsea 5-0 West Ham: David Moyes’ position comes under further scrutiny as Noni Madueke-led Blues beat Hammers | Football news

Highlights from the report and free match: Goals from Cole Palmer, Conor Gallagher, Noni Madueke and a double from Nicolas Jackson give Chelsea a 5-0 victory over West Ham at Stamford Bridge, putting pressure on David Moyes’ position as manager increases

By means of Ron Walker, digital football journalist @Ronnabe


15:59, UK, Sunday May 05, 2024

Chelsea produced a sparkling attacking performance to beat West Ham 5-0 and raise further questions over David Moyes’ future at the club.

This week the Hammers opened talks with unemployed Julen Lopetegui over Moyes’ takeover when the Scot’s contract expires in June. If he sought support from his players at Stamford Bridge, it never materialized.

A rejuvenated Chelsea were on a roll as they recorded a second convincing home win in three days, and five goals hardly flattered them.

Cole Palmer scored the 21st league goal of the season when he slotted home the first inside 15 minutes, while Conor Gallagher and star player Noni Madueke sealed the win before half-time.

West Ham did hit the crossbar twice in the first half through Jarrod Bowen but were miserable defensively and were caught out again in the second period when Madueke was on the pitch for Nicolas Jackson to add a fourth two minutes later in the second period add.

Jackson doubled his tally after yet another break at Chelsea, ten minutes from time, when a VAR check overturned an initial offside flag against the Senegal striker, in a final painful moment of a miserable afternoon for Moyes and West Ham, as they sent five in three games for the second time.

More to follow…

What’s next?

Chelsea still have three Premier League matches to go. They travel to Nottingham forest on Saturday May 11, continue live Sky Sports, kkick-off 5.30 pm. Then they come to visit Brighton on Wednesday 15 May, kick-off 7.45pm, before closing the season at home Bournemouth on Sunday, May 19, starting at 4 p.m.

West Ham host Luton on May 11, kick-off 3 p.m., and before we start hunting for the title Manchester city on May 19, starting at 4 p.m.

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