West Ham United 2 - 0 Swansea City

Match info: Premier League at Upton Park

Date: 01/02/2014 KO: 12:45 Ref: Att: 31,848

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers

West Ham

Kevin Nolan 26,45+1

2
vs
0

Swansea


FT (ht: 2-0)

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  • It's all over and 10-man West Ham, who had key man Andy Carroll sent off in the second half, have boosted their survival hopes with a crucial 2-0 over Swansea thanks to two goals from Kevin Nolan.

    90
  • Hernandez's shot takes a deflection off Reid on its way behind for a corner, which comes to nothing.

    90
  • Routledge's low cross from the right wing is easily dealt with, summing up Swansea's afternoon.

    90
  • There will be four minutes to play before the full-time whistle sounds.

    90
  • McCartney runs down the clock in the corner but in truth they could probably play another 10 or 20 minutes and Swansea not score.

    90
  • Swansea fail to make the most of this latest set-piece and their body language spells frustration.

    89
  • George McCartney deflects a cross behind as West Ham continue to sit back a repell a succession of balls into the box.

    88
  • Antonio Nocerino makes his home debut for West Ham as he comes on to replace two-goal hero Nolan.

    87
  • Hernandez's attempted delivery from the left edge of the box is blocked and cleared by the first man.

    86
  • Swansea haven't quite given up the ghost yet but another cross is easily headed away by West Ham.

    85
  • Bony's acrobatic overhead kick from inside the area floats harmlessly wide of the post.

    84
  • West Ham get forward down the right, with Demel sending a cross straight into the arms of Tremmel.

    83
  • There's no cutting edge in Swansea's play as another cross from the left comes to nothing.

    82
  • Moments later Bony fires a volley high into the stands.

    81
  • The resulting corner comes to nothing as Swansea fail to turn their possession and pressure into anything remotely threatening.

    80
  • Taylor gets a standing ovation as he leaves the field to be replaced by Winston Reid, who is roundly cheered as he makes his first appearance since November 2.

    79
  • Hernandez chips the ball forward for Pozuelo but Demel gets there first to head behind for a corner.

    78
  • Few Bolton fans will miss Ngog considering the lack of impact he made during his time at the Reebok Stadium, so it will be interesting to see what he can bring to Swansea.

    77
  • That's Dyer's last action of the match as he comes off to replaced by debutant David Ngog.

    76
  • Dyer and Routledge combine down the right wing but they fail to create a chance.

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