‘Intimidation’ – Manchester United favorite piles on wolves after West Ham beating


Former West Brom and Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher believes the legendary Wolves defense has been ‘intimidated’ and ‘beaten’ by West Ham. Speaking as an expert in the Day 2 game, the Scotsman identified key performances from Michail Antonio and Jarrod Bowen as the key to the Hammers’ 4-0 loss to Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.

Indeed, many at London Stadium felt that the defeat could have been even greater as Alan Irvine’s side created several more good chances.

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And Fletcher, who spent two and a half years at Albion, didn’t hold back.

“Even players like Conor Coady, who was fantastic for Wolves, had a very difficult day today, Antonio intimidated them, beat them,” he said.

“What I like about him is his composure. Bowen is a right winger who scores a goal, gets into dangerous areas and really should have had a hat-trick.

“West Ham won 4-0, it was a lot more, but Bowen will be disappointed that he didn’t get a hat-trick.

Jermaine Jenas agreed, “That three returning Wolves are happy to see the backs of these two. Jarrod Bowen in front of goal is really starting to mature at West Ham.

“Boly is not slow [but] Antonio showed him a pair of clean heels, ghosted by him, it was a regular appearance, you can see how angry Patricio is.

“He was stronger than them, it was a tough night for Wolves last three.

But Jenas sees no reason to panic despite conceding seven goals in the last two matches.

“I always felt when they let Doherty go and Jota go to Liverpool, it would throw them off.

“I just think it’s going to take a little longer to adjust to this, but I’m not at all worried about Wolves, they’ll be up there at the end of the season.


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