The roof lifts off London Stadium! Another dangerous corner is whipped beautifully towards the far post by Jarrod Bowen, over the head of a stranded Alisson, and Kurt Zouma is there at the back post to hammer a header home.
His first West Ham goal, and it could end Liverpool’s unbeaten run.
The Hammers have to hold on for 15 minutes.
Photo Credit: WestHam/Twitter
Paul Scholes thinks that Manchester United can beat Chelsea – despite yesterday’s latest poor performance against rivals City.
The Red Devils were outclassed during their 2-0 defeat to Pep Guardiola’s side at Old Trafford.
Scholes, however, was nonplussed by the defeat – insisting that it’s nothing new – before tipping United to go and beat Thomas Tuchel’s league leaders later this month.
Appearing as a pundit on DAZN, he said: “Does anything change? Are we really surprised by United being short of City and Liverpool?
“I don’t think they’re massively short of Chelsea though.
“I think they could go and beat teams like Chelsea.
“And I think the same now is going to happen again – we’ll struggle against the big teams, we might go on a run now – beat all the teams we expect to and think we’re a good team again.”
John Terry wasted no time in dishing out a savage put-down to Manchester United fans after he joined Twitter on Saturday.
The Blues icon received plenty of stick from rival fans after signing up to the social media site, but was happy to have a bit of banter in return.
The pick of the bunch was a reply to a Man Utd fan who posted a picture of Terry crying after he missed a penalty against the Reds in the 2008 Champions League final shoot-out in Moscow.
MUFCFanZone shared the photo and wrote: “Welcome to the wonderful world of Twitter! #ThatNightInMoscow.”
And having seen United lose 2-0 at home to bitter rivals City on Saturday, Terry quipped back: “That’s the Man Utd fans after today and realising you’re five years away from catching Chelsea.”