‘Advancing to the final’ West Ham couldn’t laugh after the game… Escape from an urgent assault on the opponent’s fan

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West Ham won 1-0 in the second leg of the semifinals of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa Conference League (UECL) in the 2022-23 season held at AFAS Stadion in Alkmaar, the Netherlands on the 19th at 4:00 am (Korean time). This put West Ham through to the final with an aggregate score of 3-1. West Ham will play the final against Fiorentina on the 8th of next month.

West Ham won the first leg 2-1. At that time, Saeed Benrama and Mikhail Antonio scored the victory. In the second leg, West Ham thoroughly took a counterattack strategy after the player’s defense, aiming for the space behind Alkmaar’s advance. West Ham only took 30% of possession. He gave up 12 shots, but allowed only two effective shots.

Extra time in the second half when a fierce 0-0 battle unfolded. West Ham scored a key goal to secure the win. Shortly before the end of the game, Pablo Fornals caught the ball from the half-line and broke through the weak Alkmaar defense to face the goalkeeper in a one-on-one situation. He showed a calm finish and shook the net, and eventually West Ham won 1-0.

However, after the game, an unfortunate incident occurred. Britain’s ‘Daily Mail’ reported, “After the match, a shocking scene occurred in which fans, including a West Ham player and his family, were attacked by hooded Alkmaar thugs.”

It was indiscriminate violence. Some Alkmaar fans punched the West Ham squad, their families and fans who were delighted with the away finals. The media explained the urgent situation, saying, “Antonio, Flynn Downs, Lucas Paqueta and Benrama also jumped over the billboard.”

After the match, manager David Moyes said, “I can’t explain what happened or why it happened. My family was in the area, and so were my friends.”

Goalkeeper Alphonse Areola also complained: “My family watched the game. They were far from the incident, but they were concerned. I don’t want to see that when family or fans come to the stadium. They want to enjoy the event, and we just want to enjoy it.” did.

This happened in the first round as well. After Alkmaar lost 2-1 in the first leg, some Alkmaar fans attacked manager Pascal Jansen’s family. At the time, coach Janssen condemned, saying, “I’m a little ashamed of what happened on the pitch. You have to control your emotions.”


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