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West Ham won out in their all-Premier League battle in the FA Cup Third Round as the Hammers secured a 2-0 win over Leeds.

David Moyes’ side were forced to work for it by Leeds but their in-form run will now continue on into the next round.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side did carve out the better chances before break but it was the Hammers who seized the initiative as Manuel Lanzini blasted them in front.

But despite doing enough to secure a cruise in the second 45, West Ham had to wait until added time to wrap it up, as Jarrod Bowen fired them into Round Four.

Full Time from the London Stadium it’s West Ham 2 Leeds United 0

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