The Czech Republic duo of Tomas Soucek andVladimir Coufal featured in the West Ham United starting XI during the 2-2 draw with hosts Leicester City in the Premier League last weekend. Czech Republic seniornational team right-back Coufal was substituted for Ryan Fredericks midway into the second half after he was given a torrid time by Leicester City winger Harvey Barnes. On his part, Czech Republic international Soucekwas on for the entire duration of the league match which took place at the King Power Stadium.
West Ham United are one of the many teams chasing a place in the top-four places alongside London rivals Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in addition to Wolves and Manchester United. The Hammers took the lead against Leicester City through the in-form Jarrod Bowen on ten minutes. West Ham United held on to that advantage until the final minute of the first half when left-back Aaron Cresswell handled the ball in the box and he was punished by Leicester City midfielder YouriTielemans from the resulting penalty to ensure that the two teams went into the break on level terms. Continue reading “CZECH DUO FEATURE IN LEICESTER DRAW”
West Ham United have recorded huge successes with the signings of players from Czech Republic and they are about to go through the same route following the news that they are interested in signing Czech Republic international Alex Kral from Spartak Moscow in the Russia Premier League.
Czech Republic international player Tomas Soucek has been one of the standout players for West Ham United in their bid to secure Champions League football at the end of the season. He continued his good form for the Hammers in the latest win over Leicester City at the weekend.
The Czech Republic player provided the assist for the winning goal in the 3-2 win over fellow Champions League chasers Leicester City at home. He laid on the ball for Jarrod Bowen to score the third and final Hammers goal. At that point, West Ham were leading 3-0 with all the three goals coming in the first half. Continue reading “SOUCEK IMPRESSES FOR WEST HAM”