Hernandez Scores As West Ham Draw 1-1 Against Chelsea At Stamford Bridge In The Premier League


Javier Hernandez’s second-half equaliser boosted West Ham’s Premier League survival prospects and damaged Chelsea’s slim hopes of finishing in the Premier League top four on an emotional day at Stamford Bridge.

Cesar Azpilicueta opened the scoring for the hosts and dedicated his goal to the club’s former England midfielder Ray Wilkins, who died on Wednesday, aged 61.

There was also a minute’s applause prior to kick-off, with the Chelsea players wearing black armbands in memory of Wilkins.

However, Hernandez, on as a substitute, struck his ninth career goal against the Blues to earn a point for the Hammers.

Share Via!
SEE THIS!!  ‘Abuja rail can’t run faster than 90km/h because we don’t want to kill cows’ – Rotimi Amaechi says