Coufal could have killed someone, amazed in London. Souček mainly defends, isn’t he tired?

Never before in the history of the English Premier League have West Ham United footballers scored as many points after the middle of the season as this year. At the fourth Liverpool, the Hammers are currently losing only two points and their team’s DNA is beginning to grow strongly with a confident motto: Nothing is impossible.

“I have bold goals, I’m used to looking ahead all the time. I would like to attack European cups with West Ham,” dreamed the Kladivar defender Vladimír Coufal in a recent interview for Aktuálně.cz.

It sounded more like the name of a dream that actually hung damn high.

However, the latest results of the East London club strengthen the belief that even in the extremely tough competition of the elite football competition, it may be closer to a similar miracle than it might have seemed a few weeks ago.

“We want to look up, not down. We want to keep winning, we want to be ambitious and fight for the top,” says a very careful coach David Moyes some time ago.

Even his confidence in the team’s ability is obviously growing. While throughout the previous season, no specific goals have been made available to the Hammers, who survived the league almost to the last minute last year, in a recent interview, winger Jarrod Bowen confirmed that the situation is changing and food is growing.

“He told us that he sees no reason why we can’t push into the top seven. It may be hard to understand considering where we were last season, but when we look at our performances and the team we have, he can to do it, “said the 24-year-old footballer.

On Tuesday, Bowen contributed to the 2: 1 victory over West Bromwich with a goal scored in the chest after the assistance of Vladimír Coufal, and many wondered how it was possible that the Czech Bek’s cannon pass did not take his breath away.

“Coufal could have killed someone,” Evening Standard wrote in London. He praised him for his perseverance, with which he sawed the right line again and tirelessly sent one ball after another into the opponent’s lime.

“He scored Bowen’s goal and did well in controlling the ball. He was generally good backwards, although the collected goal came from his space, but in fact it was more of a wonderful blow from Pereira. He shows that he is a man full of confidence,” praised the Football.London server.

In the evaluations of both media, Coufal received a seven, on the portal he was the second best player of WHU after Mikhail Antonio and in any case he was this time a more significant article of the Czech hammer ministry.

Take a look at the most important moments of the duel West Ham – West Brom:

An unthinkable thing has happened. Tomáš Souček did not get to a proper end in two matches in a row.

He performed exclusively more defensive tasks against both Burnley and West Brom, and there is already speculation in England whether the seemingly inexhaustible engine of the West Ham United backup line is starting to overheat.

“It wasn’t one of his best performances, but he left everything there as always. Maybe he’s a little tired,” they said at the Evening Standard, giving Souček an average of six.

“He was a little backward, but he did well. He protected the defensive four, won a lot of headers and pushed the balls to more attacking teammates,” he justified the 7 Football.London mark.

David Moyes’ prosaic tactical plan is behind Souček’s seemingly offensive invisibility. In defensive activities, the ex-Slavic midfielder is ideally complemented by both stoppers, with whom he created a wall that is extremely difficult to overcome.

Souček operated closer to the defensive line in the last two matches, at every suitable moment he tried to run into the opponent’s lime, only this time he did not meet the ball in a dangerous position. Goals are set by others, and Mikhail Antonio and Jarrod Bowen have already matched Souček on five league goals, securing the current internal club crown for the king of shooters.

West Ham is enjoying the game and can extend the series of victories to five games in a row on Saturday. In the fourth round of the FA Cup, the third-league Doncaster hosts, which seems like a good time to let the most exploited supports rest, including Souček.

Hammers will then enter the second half of the Premier League next Tuesday at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace. This will be followed on the last day of January by a home hit against championship Liverpool.



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