Manchester City vs West Ham United is at the top of the week’s watch list for many soccer fans, and while the Premier League is often covered by Peacock TV, this game is getting a national TV broadcast. The game will be on USA Network, which means you’re in luck if you’re trying to watch the game online, as several of the best live TV streaming services will be able to provide the live stream. It also means there are quite a few ways to go about watching the game online. We’ve rounded them up, as well as a few ways to watch Manchester City vs West Ham United for free.
David Moyes speaks to Sky. “There was a lot of good stuff we did a good job in making it difficult for them to concede a goal from a set piece was gut-wrenching the players gave everything they could we did really well in the first half we did a very good job defensive-wise we didn’t keep the ball well enough I don’t know if the scoreline is fair on us but Man City caused us lots of problems with how they kept the ball.”
Erling Haaland speaks to Sky. “It is a special night and special moment. I am really happy and proud what more is there to say? I knew about it of course but we tried to create the chances to score goals and it was not easy they came to defend for 90 minutes we struggled a bit in the first half it was an important win my first thought was to run towards the goal Jack Grealish said before the game he wanted to give me the assist for the breaking goal I knew I was going to get the ball and saw the keeper coming out it was a perfect ball from Jack when I chipped the ball there was a perfect bounce I didn’t think I was going to chip but the possibility was there the guard of honour was a nice feeling it was really painful! everyone really hit me it was a nice thing and I am really happy.”
On the chance of breaking Dixie Dean’s 63-goal record: “I don’t think of this now I’m going to sleep on this game and wake up tomorrow we will try to get three points against Leeds it will not be easy with their new manager and everything but we cannot keep thinking about these records, I would become crazy in my head so I don’t think of this I will go home and play some video games and eat something and then sleep then we think about Leeds that is my life.”
Haaland then eased the tension around the Etihad Stadium as he latched on to Jack Grealish’s through ball to beat Lukasz Fabianski and move past the 34 goals of Andy Cole and Alan Shearer with five games still to play.
With the points secured, substitute Phil Foden then made it 3-0 with a superbly-struck volley in the 85th minute.
City, chasing a fifth title in six seasons under Pep Guardiola, have 79 points from 33 games with Arsenal on 78, having played a game more. They will move four clear if they beat Leeds United at home on Saturday.
West Ham remain in trouble in 15th place, four points above the relegation zone.
David Moyes’ side would have expected a siege and were not disappointed as they spent virtually the entire first half deep in their own half repelling wave after wave of City attacks.
City swarmed forward with Julian Alvarez and Riyad Mahrez forcing routine early saves by Fabianski and Haaland heading a Grealish cross over the bar at full stretch.
West Ham, hampered by the absence of England midfielder Declan Rice because of sickness, defended valiantly with Angelo Ogbonna a colossus as he headed away numerous crosses.
City might have feared the worst when they were twice being denied by the woodwork, first when Grealish’s snap shot hit the outside of the upright and minutes later when Rodri’s shot hit the post and span agonisingly across the face of goal.
Having resisted so well, they were undone by a simple old routine a Mahrez free kick delivered towards the far post and Dutch defender Ake rising unchallenged to head past Fabianski.
West Ham still looked capable of adding a twist to the script until Grealish released Haaland to nonchalantly take his haul in a stupendous first season to 51 in all competitions.
Foden then put the icing on the cake with the 1,000th goal in Guardiola’s City reign.
Why you should back Manchester City
Since 22-year-old Erling Haaland signed his contract last June, he has been on an absolute tear. All he does is find the net. In 44 overall appearances for the Citizens, Haaland already has 50 goals. He has been just as effective in EPL play, scoring 34 goals in 30 matches, including five goals over the past five games. In a 3-1 win over Leicester City on April 15, he scored twice, and he had one goal and two assists in a 4-1 win over Arsenal last Wednesday. On Sunday, he found the net once on four shots, including two on target in a 2-1 victory at Fulham.
Another offensive threat for the Citizens is forward Julian Alvarez. In Sunday’s win, he scored a goal on three shots, including two on target. He has made eight starts in 25 appearances and has registered eight goals on 32 shots, including 16 on target. The 23-year-old from Argentina is in his first season with the club after spending the past five with River Plate in the Argentine Primera Division.
Why you should back West Ham
The Hammers will look to pull off the monumental upset with a balanced scoring attack, led by forward Jarrod Bowen, who has a goal and two assists in West Ham’s last five matches. He is tied for the team-lead with five goals and has four assists on the year. He has nine shots, including six on target during that stretch. The 26-year-old is in his fourth season with West Ham, and has scored 26 goals in 120 Premier League appearances with the Hammers.
Also helping lead the West Ham offense is forward Said Benrahma. Benrahma has five goals and three assists on the season, and has 11 shots, including four on target, over the past five matches. He has made 20 starts and appeared in 31 matches this year. The 27-year-old is in his third year with the Hammers, and has registered 14 goals in 93 Premier League appearances.
It was a nervy first half for City’s home supporters as a West Ham side missing three starters due to a reported illness (Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek, and Nayef Aguerd) held strong despite seeing Man City hitting the woodwork twice. But the Citizens remained patient, never looking phazed, as they finally broke through shortly after the break and cruised the rest of the way.
Man City next host Leeds United on Saturday, with Arsenal in action a day later when they face a tough assignment at third-place Newcastle. City still have a game in hand, and they also have a UEFA Champions League semifinal series against Real Madrid commencing in Spain on Tuesday.
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