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Arsenal 2 West Ham Utd 0


Filed: Tuesday, 1st January 2008
By: Matthew O'Greel


A depleted Hammers side went down to two early strikes in this afternoon's Premier League clash at the Emirates.

Goals from Eduardo and Adebayor gave the home side a comfortable victory - although it was far from a one-sided contest as West Ham created several chances of their own.

You can read our full match report here.





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Your Comments


by Sulli
06:51PM 1st Jan 2008
''Can't complain ... done our best - especially what we were left with. We had 12 players out to start with, then having to use two youth players for the bench, and having to use Spector and Pantsil as starters.

Then Ljungberg came off and we had to use one of the youths against a World Class team like Arsenal. I'm glad it Was Only 2 ...''

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