David Moyes has provided an injury update on three West Ham United players ahead of the season’s final stretch.
On Sunday, West Ham’s 4-0 win over Norwich City was tarnished by three key players suffering injuries.
With a brace from Said Benrahma, Michail Antonio’s first Premier League goal since New Year’s Day, and a Manuel Lanzini penalty, the Hammers came out comfortable winners at already relegated Norwich.
Antonio was taken off at halftime with what seemed to be a hip injury. Craig Dawson was forced to leave the game in the second half after colliding with billboards.
And two-goal Benrahma appeared to have the most serious injury of the bunch, with the Algerian having to be assisted off the pitch and depart the stadium on crutches.
“Well they’ve all taken knocks,” Moyes confirmed after the Norwich game (whufc.com).
“Mich’s got a knock on his hip, Daws took one in the calf and Said – I think it’s his ankle – I’ve not had a chance to see Said’s yet – look hopefully they’ll all be ok.
“I don’t think they look that serious.”