West Ham had a wonderful victory against Watford at Vicarage Road tonight, running out four nil winners in a very professional performance.
Sam Allardyce’s team enjoyed a first back-to-back away wins since 2007 in tonight’s Championship clash.
The signs were good for The Hammers in as early as the third minute when centre-half James Tomkins pounced on Matty Taylor’s corner to direct a powerful header beyond Watford goalkeeper Scott Loach.
The second goal came with half time rapidly approaching, right back O’Brien sprinted past half the Watford team before firing beyond Loach at the second attempt after the Hornets keeper had pummelled away his initial effort.
Carlton Cole added another when he converted an Ilunga cutback from close range. Finally, Scott Parker completed the rout for the Hammers with a tidy finish to send the Hammers into third place in the league.
I am not used to seeing such a professional performance from the boys, especially on the road so long may it continue.