Aston Rental property sealed a dramatic final day escape from transfer as they drew with West Ham United 1-1 at the London Arena.
In what was a cagey game in the capital thinking about the situations, it took till the 84 th minute for the deadlock to be opened and it wasn’t going to be any other gamer than Jack Grealish as he scored with a terrific strike. The lead did not last long however as simply a minute later on Andriy Yarmolenko carried the Hammers level with a deflected strike however due to occasions in other places, a point sufficed for Rental property to remain in the Premier League.
Antonio rejects early chance
There were 2 other results that Rental property needed to issue themselves with on the day with Watford playing Toolbox and Bournemouth dealing with Everton. With the Hornets behind early versus the Gunners, Dean Smith’s soldiers nearly fell back as in-form Michail Antonio acquired Issa Diop’s raking pass however in some way put his effort broad ofgoal In what was another blow, Bournemouth then took the lead at Everton suggesting that Rental property might not manage to yield a goal otherwise they would drop into the transfer zone.
That appeared to fire Vacation Home up as Mbwana Samatta, John McGinn and Jack Grealish all went close prior to the break, with Bournemouth then getting another at Goodison following an Everton equaliser.
Rental property claim invaluable lead
Dean Smith’s men enhanced substantially after the half- time period as they threatened the West Ham goal more significantly however it was West Ham who really went closest through Yarmolenko as he lashed an effective effort into the side- netting. Sebastien Haller then raised a header over the crossbar.
With Bournemouth getting another goal at Goodison Park, the pressure was on the Villans to protect their survival by edging in front and they did simply that through Grealish. The winger was selected by McGinn left wing and he fooled his method into the box and let loose a drive that appeared to hoodwink Fabianksi and fly into the back of the net.
West Ham draw level however point enough
Their lead did not last too long though as Yarmolenko equalised in rather lucky situations. Lining a soared on the edge of the box, the ball took a touch off of Grealish himself, looped high up into the air and dropped beyond Pepe Reina and into the back of the net.
Regardless Of that, the point sufficed to see Rental property finish 17 th and remain in the top-flight of English football.
No matter their season of difficulty, Dean Smith and his Rental property charges will not care whatsoever. They stay in the Premier League and deserve it for their kind of the past couple of weeks. The result itself was most likely reasonable and in the end was a valuable one for the Bad guys.
West Ham United: Fabianski (5 ); Fredericks (6 ), Ogbonna (6 ), Diop (6 ), Johnson (6 ); Rice (6 ), Soucek (7 ); Fornals (6) (Lanzini (6 ), 67 ′), Noble (6) (Anderson (N/A), 87 ′), Bowen (5) (Yarmolenko (7 ), 45 ′); Antonio (5) (Haller (6 ), 45 ′).
Aston Vacation Home: Reina (); Targett (), Mings (), Konsa (), Guilbert (5) (Hause (6 ), 76 ′); Hourihane (6) (Nakamba (N/A), 76 ′), Luiz (), McGinn (); Grealish (), Trezeguet (6) (El Ghazi (N/A), 90 ′), Samatta (5) (Davis (5 ), 68 ′).
Objectives: Grealish (84 ′), Yarmolenko (85 ′)
Referee: Michael Oliver
Yellow Cards: Antonio (23 ′), Samatta (41 ′), Fredericks (85 ′)
Red Cards: N/A