Some West Ham United fans took to Twitter to praise Pablo Fornals for his display against Burnley this afternoon.
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The 24-year-old Spaniard joined the Hammers from Villarreal in the summer of 2019 for around £25 million (Telegraph).
Fornals, who earns £60k-a-week (Football Insider), is an incredibly divisive figure at the London Stadium amongst the West Ham fans, however.
Some love him whilst other think he shouldn’t be a regular starter under David Moyes.
What does sometimes go unnoticed about the 24-year-old’s game, however, is his incredible work-rate.
Fornals does not stop working for the team. And he is vitally important to the way in which Moyes sets up his team.
The Spaniard was excellent against Burnley this afternoon.
Not only did Fornals work hard for his team as per usual but he was also very influential in the final third.
The former Villarreal ace set up Michail Antonio for the Hammers’ opening goal with a perfectly weighted cross into the box.
Today was arguably Fornals’ best display of this season.