West Ham 2 QPR 1

Well we’ve finally gotten that pesky away win weight off our shoulders after a dominant first half display saw West Ham put Mark Hughes in an even deeper hole. Ricardo Vaz Te was in splendid form all evening and Matt Jarvis scored his first for the club in what was the clubs first away win since a win at Blackpool under Avram Grant. It wasn’t all good news though as Winston Reid, a revelation so far this season at the center of defense, went out after a knock with Jussi Jaaskelainen. But James Tomkins, fighting for a spot in the team, looked more than capable of taking over the role. If we can keep up more performances like the first half, we may be able to breath a bit easy a lot sooner in the season then we’re use too. Twat of the night undoubtedly goes too referee Mark Clattenburg, who was pulling out the cards at a breakneck speed leading to eight Hammers in total picking up yellows. That Mark must be doing some kind of special math seeing as everyone was astounded when he added on six minutes of injury time for no apparent reason other than wanting a chance to reach into his pocket once or twice more.

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