Moyes: Jarrod Bowen on another level

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David Moyes impressived with his forward Jarrod Bowen following his brace against Manchester City and hope he get called up into the England national team.

West Ham manager David Moyes has hailed his forward Jarrod Bowen after scoring a brace against league leaders Manchester City in the Premier League.

The Hammers took a 2-0 lead in the first half of the game against Pep Guardiola’s side before they squandered it in the second half.

Speaking after the game Moyes believe Bowen is on another level of maturity after his performance against a tough side and hope he get a call up in the England national team.

“The way he finished the goals… he had another chance which got blocked which could have been a third goal.

“He’s beginning to get himself in a position where he’s beginning to score much more goals and he’s looking like a goalscorer for the team now, and someone we can go to, so I think his performances have improved again in the last month or so, and I’m really pleased for him.

“Hopefully what he’s doing will lead to an England call-up.”

Moyes, while 2-0 up against City said he was still doubting the lead as he knows how tough the team are.

He further stated that they had a plan ahead of the game but claims they didn’t get enough of the ball in the needed areas.

They’ve scored five against some teams, they’ve scored four against some teams, so you know it was never going to be easy.

“I didn’t want to turn up here and let them come in and score four or five. They could have, but I’ve also got to say we could have as well.

“We had a few chances and maybe had the chance to get a third goal, which we’d have needed, but overall, it was a monumental performance from the players to get us a point – and an important point.

“We knew that if we could get the ball in behind them and let Mick [Antonio] and Jarrod have a run, we might be okay.

“It was just that we couldn’t get enough of the ball to secure that and even in the areas we needed to make the passes, we couldn’t get the ball into the areas we needed to make the passes in the first place.”







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