Westham united may have fluffed their chance of finishing in the champions league spot after losing to Newcastle at the St James Park in a five goal thriller that saw the magpies score three goals to the hammers two.
The win could prove crucial to the Steve Bruce led Newcastle in their bid to stay in the premier league as they have been battling relegation for the better part of the season in this campaign and their triumph takes them closer to the safety point mark.
Arsenal loanee Joe Willock is proving to be a crucial player for Steve Bruce since swapping the gunners for Newcastle in January and against the hammers,it was Willock who conjured the final sucker punch to the opponents.
This has prompted wild reaction from the Arsenal and Newcastle supporters who have been waxing praises for the young Englishman after his latest exploits sealed a vital three points for his side.
"Joe Willock Is a rolls royce of a player,this boy has tremendous engine,his late lung bursting runs makes him special."one fan said.
"That was prime Aaron Ramsey,the way Willock times his runs to perfection is something our current squad does not have,dare I say he is better than Ceballos."a second fan added.
"Willock and Odegaard infront of Partey in a 4-3-3 formation can match any midfield in the premier league,our pressing could be relentless,we have lacked goals from our midfielders this season and Joe is banging them for Newcastle." A third supporter noted.
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