Filed: Saturday, 23rd October 2010
By: Staff Writer
West Ham find themselves level at the break despite having taken an early lead in this evening's Premier League clash with Newcastle.
Following a lively start, the Hammers took a deserved lead early on when the returning Carlton Cole toe-poked a Victor Obinna cross over the line.
However the visitors equalised on the half hour mark when Kevin Noble found the corner of the net following a goalmouth scramble.
Despite starting brightly Avram Grant's side faded as the half wore on and Newcastle looked the more likely to score. However the Irons managed to keep it even and the second promises much.
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