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Hernandez proves his worth to Hammers in draw with Bournemouth

22 January 2018

The Argentine was taken off after just 64 minutes against Bournemouth yesterday, though, and he could be set for a prolonged period on the sidelines.

Ryan Fraser and Javier Hernandez provided goals just two minutes apart, as the Hammers recovered immediately following the Cherries taking the lead. Manu is the problem and we hope it isn't serious.

"We are so short, and actually, the one place we are quite big is the centre-forwards".

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"But we grew into the game, got better as it went on".

Hernandez levelled 69 seconds later with an opportunist close-range goal, bundling the ball past goalkeeper Asmir Begovic after a long ball upfield fell kindly for Marko Arnautovic whose shot was half-blocked.

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"We're nudging along, making progress, the most important thing come the end of the season is not to be in the bottom three, but in the same breath I've got my eyes looking up to see if we can make the top ten as well".

"Ideally, if we got a couple of players to add to the squad, it would help us, but it's not always that easy to get the players you want".

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"I thought we played some of our best football this season, especially in the first half, but Bournemouth got strong in the second part of both halves, so in the end perhaps the draw was the right result".

Hernandez proves his worth to Hammers in draw with Bournemouth