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    West Ham United left the position of caretaker Premier League after defeating his neighbors, Tottenham Hotspur, 1-0. The Hammers recorded single goal by Frederic Piquionne.

    Piquionnne goals scored in the 29th minute to make the whole Stadium Upton Park, London, on Saturday (25/09/2010), cheer. It was the first victory for West Ham in the Premier League this season.

    Despite playing away games, the Spurs since the beginning of the game is the most industrious trying to master the game. But it was West Ham's first pick in minutes 11 neat opportunity when kicking Piquionne forced goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini brushed it off.

    Four minutes later, turn Spurs sting. This time, a directional kick goal Jermain Jenas failed to bear fruit because of Robert Green who escorted the West Ham goalkeeper could resist.

    Green returned to the show nicely from the advancing player saves Spurs in 21 minutes. Hard kick from Rafael van der Vaart distance can be blocked by Green out of the field.

    Too busy attacking, wicket Spurs conceded. Set piece corner kick from Kevin Noble successfully headlong Piquionne and West Ham were 1-0 up.

    Modric! Six minutes before halftime, the Spurs almost equalized. Luka Modric volley from outside the penalty box failed to bear fruit because it pushed over by Green's goal.

    Ten minute second-half run, again a golden opportunity came when Tom Huddlestone Spurs stay facing the Green. But the momentum is lost and kick Huddlestone widened.

    West Ham had threatened goalkeeper Cudicini on 65 minutes. In circumstances guarded by Alan Hutton, Victor Obinna hard kick off that can still be denied Cudicini out.

    In the 74th minute, West Ham opportunity to add his tally when Noble swift kick from outside the penalty box with an effort pushed over Cudicini and a score of 1-0 even survive until the game was over.

    With the victory, West Ham crawl to rank 19 with a value of four of six games. While the Spurs stuck in seventh position with a value of eight from six games.

    Team Line-up:

    West Ham: Green; Jacobsen, Upson, Da Costa, Gabbidon; Dyer (Barrera 42), Noble, Parker, Boa Morte; Piquionne (C. Cole 64), Obinna (Kovac 89)

    Spurs: Cudicini; Hutton, Bassong, Corluka, Bale, Jenas, Huddlestone, Lennon (Keane 66), Van der Vaart (Dos Santos 78), Modric; Crouch (Pavlyuchenko 80)


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