Parfitt-Williams & West Ham Still Unbeaten

September 3, 2014

Djair Parfitt-Williams and his West Ham United teammates continued their unbeaten start to the Barclays Under 18 Premier League season with a 3-3 draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Satuday [Aug 30].

The official match report said, “The Hammers stormed into an early two-goal lead through Jordan Brown’s deflected shot and Emmanual Onariase’s header, before Joe Pritchard and Luke Amos levelled the score at 2-2 by half-time.

“Spurs then turned the game on it’s head by going ahead when Josh Onomah fired into the corner, but Brown netted his second of the game to grab a point for the home side.

“After a very even opening ten minutes, it was the Hammers that created the better attacking moves, with Djair Parfitt-Williams and Grady Diangana utilising the gaps in the Spurs midfield.

“After half-time, both sides came out determined to gain the upper hand on their opponents. It was Spurs that went closest to pushing themselves ahead on 52 minutes when Hammers goalkeeper Howes acrobatically tipped Pritchard’s header onto the crossbar.

“The visitors began to gain control of the match and grabbed their third goal on 65 minutes when Onomah was again allowed time and space on the edge of the box to rifle a low shot into the corner of the net.

“Just a minute later, however, West Ham pulled themselves level when Brown found space to dig a low shot past Voss, despite Kyle Walker-Peters’ best efforts to clear off the line.

“The draw keeps the Hammers unbeaten in the Southern Division this season after a win and two stalemates. West Ham’s next league fixture is on Saturday 13 September away at Chelsea.”

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