West Ham lost 2-0 against Tottenham last night.
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The Hammers were actually the better team for large parts of the first-half. But as usual, their performance levels dipped in the second-half and they were comfortably beaten in the end.
There were not many West Ham players who could be proud of their displays last night.
The only ones who did themselves justice were Jarrod Bowen, Declan Rice and perhaps Lukasz Fabianski and Issa Diop.
And some Spurs fans were particularly impressed with Bowen.
In fact, many of them took to Twitter to suggest that they wished their club had signed the 23-year-old attacker in January…
Ngl Bowen is a baller
— Cameron (@CoysCam_) June 23, 2020
Good win and the double over West Ham. Like the settled back 4 and options going forward. Bowen too good for the Hammers #COYS
— Helen Colley (@mrshullhopper) June 23, 2020
Antonio, Bowen and Rice are superb btw https://t.co/fFIgmlCG3E
— Ethan (@EthanCOYS) June 23, 2020
Tbf, Bowen is going to tear up the Championship next season! Too bad he thought he was joining a PL club 😂 #COYS
— HotspurDaily (@TheHotspurDaily) June 23, 2020
Not much of a game…West Ham have some decent players if someone could get a tune out of them, Jarrod Bowen can definitely play, however 3pts in a fixture that hasn’t been too kind in recent years will do #COYS #THFC #TOTWHU
— David Ship (@shippo4179) June 23, 2020
Bowen is such a baller.
— Jackson (@Jaxby_) June 23, 2020
Bowen is 10x the player Lucas is
— Kaj (@THFC_Kaj) June 23, 2020
Not gonna lie, I’ve been impressed with Bowen’s performance so far. Don’t understand why we didn’t make the deal happen.
— Super Tottenham🐓⚽️ (@SuperTottenham4) June 23, 2020
Hes growing into the game for sure, bowen is looking the best player on the pitch atm though i think. Looks like a decent player.
— nick kesby (@NickKesby10) June 23, 2020
David Moyes brought the 23-year-old to the London Stadium from Hull City on transfer deadline day in January for around £22 million (The Guardian).
At the time, Tottenham were allegedly interested in signing Bowen as well (Goal). But he obviously ended up at West Ham. Spurs chose to sign Steven Bergwijn from PSV Eindoven instead.
And it could be argued that Jose Mourinho could really do with a player like the former Hull ace amongst his ranks at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The Hammers clearly have a very good player on their hands.
Let’s just hope that we somehow manage to avoid relegation this season. Because if we don’t, Bowen could easily walk away from West Ham this summer.