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West Ham’s Mohammed Diame Scores A Beautiful Curling Shot Against Manchester United [VIDEO]

mohammed diame West Hams Mohammed Diame Scores A Beautiful Curling Shot Against Manchester United [VIDEO]

Who said West Ham United can’t play beautiful football?

In the second half between West Ham United and Manchester United, with the score at 1-1, West Ham United’s Mohammed Diame pulled out a beautiful curling shot to beat David De Gea.

Silky skills near the corner flag, Kevin Nolan acting as a decoy, Big Sam smiling — is this West Ham United 2.0, or an aberration? Whatever it is, it’s a superb goal to give West Ham United the lead with 20 minutes to go in the match.


WES 2-1 UNI by Samu21213

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One Response to West Ham’s Mohammed Diame Scores A Beautiful Curling Shot Against Manchester United [VIDEO]

  1. Gary says:

    Really nice curling goal. Unfortunately it was eclipsed by Luiz’s 35 yard goal which moved and dipped into the far corner.

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