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West Ham have bounced back to winning ways in the Premier League as the Hammers sealed a 1-0 win away at Everton.

David Moyes now has back-to-back wins at his old club with three points for West Ham moving them up to sixth in the table as they beat Everton on Saturday.

Neither side covered themselves in glory in front of goal in the opening 45 as Alex Iwobi’s air shot frustrated Everton before Jordan Pickford kept out Jarrod Bowen.

However, despite a dull start, Everton did look to kick up the tempo after the restart with Iwobi denied by Angelo Ogbonna’s vital block and Salomon Rondon nodding just wide.

But those misses were to come back and haunt Everton late on as West Ham grabbed their one real chance with 15 to go.

Bowen’s whipped corner was begging to headed home and Ogbonna got above Ben Godfrey to power past Pickford.

Full Time from Goodison Park it’s Everton 0-1 West Ham

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