West Ham under-21s beat Tottenham last night, and talented youngster Ollie Scarles scored a magnificent free-kick.

The Hammers under-21s recorded their second consecutive victory last night, having gone a shocking 11 games without a win.

The 1-0 win against Tottenham saw us leapfrog them in the Premier League 2 table, and we are now no longer sitting at the bottom.

Ollie Scarles was the standout performer for Mark Robson’s team last night, and it hasn’t been the first time that we’ve said that this season.

West Ham youngster Ollie Scarles scores wonder free-kick vs Tottenham
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David Moyes gave the youngster his first-team debut recently in the Europa Conference League and he was one of the best players on the pitch for us that night!

The 16-year-old undoubtedly has a hugely exciting future at the London Stadium. He has everything needed to be a top-class left wing-back for West Ham, and he showcased another string to his bow last night…

Ollie Scarles scores superb free-kick vs Tottenham

The Hammers under-21s earned a vitally important three points last night, and inched ever closer to jumping outside the relegation places as a result.

Scarles played a key role for Mark Robson’s side last night.

What an incredible young player we have on our hands at West Ham!

Joe Cole described Scarles as ‘outstanding’ when speaking on BT Sport after our clash with FCSB.

The 16-year-old proved his quality once again for West Ham under-21s during out win over Tottenham last night:

Wow, what a strike that is.

Scarles is clearly a very special young talent, but we must remember that he’s still just 16!

If he continues to work hard and applies himself properly both on and off the pitch, he will have a great future in the game.

Ollie Scarles is a sensational young player, and he showed us something else that we haven’t yet seen with his superb free-kick last night.

He just keeps getting better and better doesn’t he!

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