Norwich 0-4 West Ham LIVE! Lanzini goal - Premier League result, match stream and latest updates today

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Norwich vs West Ham - LIVE!

The Hammers are at Carrow Road this afternoon looking to swiftly bounce back from their Europa League heartbreak.

West Ham United thrashed relegated Norwich City 4-0 in the Premier League on Sunday to keep the pressure on Manchester United in the battle for sixth place and a swift return to the Europa League.

Said Benrahma put the Hammers ahead in the 12th minute at Carrow Road with a deflected volley hit right-footed and low off a Jarrod Bowen pass, and bagged his second in first-half stoppage time.

Michail Antonio, who scored all the goals in a 4-0 rout last time the Hammers visited Norwich at the end of the 2020 season, had made it 2-0 on the half hour with his first league goal since Jan. 1.

The first three goals were all assisted by Bowen.

The Canaries thought they had pulled one back in the 47th when former West Ham defender Sam Byram netted but a VAR review ruled it out for handball.

Manuel Lanzini made it 4-0 from the penalty spot in the 65th after another VAR review found Danish midfielder Jacob Soerensen had handled.

Victory left the Londoners on 55 points and three behind Manchester United, who lost 4-0 at Brighton on Saturday and have played one game more.

David Moyes’s side lost their Europa League semi-final to Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1 on aggregate on Thursday but found the perfect remedy for that disappointment in bottom-ranked opponents who were booed off at halftime.

Norwich have now lost 12 home league matches this season.

Follow Norwich vs West Ham LIVE with Standard Sport’s blog below, with expert analysis from Malik Ouzia at Carrow Road!

Norwich vs West Ham latest news

  • GOAL! Lanzini makes it four

  • GOAL! Benrahma grabs his second

  • GOAL! Antonio taps into an empty net

  • GOAL! Benrahma puts West Ham in front

  • Kick-off time: 2pm BST, Carrow Road

  • How to watch: Highlights on Match of the Day 2

  • Prediction: Norwich 0-2 West Ham

  • Confirmed Norwich lineup

  • Confirmed West Ham lineup

Norwich City FC 0 - 4 West Ham United FC

FT: Norwich 0-4 West Ham

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West Ham close to a record

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78:00 Only their 4-0 win at Carrow Road in July 2020 and a 5-0 win at Derby in 2007 can match today’s outing in the club’s record books.

Malik Ouzia from Carrow Road

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I wondered whether we might see Mark noble rushed on before that penalty but here comes the birthday boy. Declan Rice will shuffled to centre-half as Dawson limps off.

GOAL! Norwich 0-4 West Ham | Manuel Lanzini ‘62

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62:00 - Lanzini slots home ths spot-kick!


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61:00 - Dawson adjudged to have been fouled!

Dawson watch

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‘Keepers day off...

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58:00 - Almost an hour in and neither ‘keeper has made a save.


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53:00 - Pukki’s cut back across goal is cleared by Zouma, who then heads a corner away.


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50:00 - Krul, who has had a terrible game, does brilliantly to claw away a diving header from Fornals.

Really quick start from Norwich

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49:00 - Three corners in quick-succession for the home side but West Ham clear.

Malik Ouzia from Carrow Road

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Just about sum’s it up for Norwich. A real clanger from Fabianski bundled in by former West Ham man Sam Byram but it was definitely handball.

Back undereway!

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Drama already in the second-half with Sam Bryam’s early response for Norwich ruled out following VAR intervention!

On fire

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Elsewhere in the Premier League

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Malik Ouzia’s half-time verdict

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This has been an absolute doddle for West Ham, Norwich are booed off at the break and it wouldn’t surprise me if a few of this trudging out onto the concourse don’t bother coming back.

HT: Norwich 0-3 West Ham

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GOAL! Norwich 0-3 West Ham | Said Benrahma ‘48

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48:00 - Benrahma gets his second and West Ham’s third!

Goal update

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Rice impressing

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44:00 - All too easy for West Ham, with Declan Rice quite literally knocking Norwich players off of the ball.

Antonio ok

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38:00 - The West Ham forward looks ok to continue.

Worrying sight for West Ham

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36:00 - Antonio, who has largely stayed injury free this season, is getting treatment after a crunching tackle from Hanley.

Malik Ouzia from Carrow Road

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“That’s why we’re going down!” sing the home fans. Quite how the ball emerged from that three-way challenge with an open goal for Antonio I do not know, but it’s rancid stuff from Krul again.

GOAL! Norwich 0-2 West Ham | Michail Antonio ‘30

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30:00 - Antonio taps into an empty net after Krul and Hanley collide, leaving the goal gaping.

Bowen booked

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25:00 - Bowen given a yellow after bringing Williams down on the break.

More Norwich shots

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25:00 - Gilmour’s shot now blocked! Not quite last-ditch stuff from West Ham but they are having to deal with some retaliation.

Malik Ouzia from Carrow Road

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This feels very, very end-of-season. Carrow Road is bathed in sunshine, the away end having a great time chanting about Delia and Millwall. Not quite as hostile an environment as in Frankfurt...

Norwich pushing

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21:00: Lees-Melou has had a number of shots blocked now, with Norwich really making a fist of getting back in the game.

Antonio needs a goal

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18:00 - He might have bagged against Frankfurt but Antonio could do with finishing the season strongly.

Unable to latch onto a chance before Norwich break.

Positive response from Norwich

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16:00 - Lees-Melou’s shot is deflected for a corner, which is dealt with.

Still, the home side have reacted well to the opening goal.

Malik Ouzia from Carrow Road

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West Ham have shown no signs of a post-Frankfurt hangover in a bright opening and they’ve got a deserved lead. A nice little birthday cuddle for Mark Noble as part of the celebrations, too.

GOAL! Norwich 0-1 West Ham | Said Benrahma ‘12

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12:00 - Bowen tees up Benrahma, whose shot beats Krul from inside the area after a deflection!

Malik Ouzia from Carrow Road

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A first chant of “West Ham are massive” from the away end is met by about seven Norwich fans returning with “Frankfurt are massive”. It doesn’t take off.

West Ham growing into the game

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07:00 - Bowen becoming a real force now, whipping a dangerous ball in after another break.


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04:00 - Antonio’s header from a Coufal cross deflected wide.

Malik Ouzia at Carrow Road

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With no Tomas Soucek in the side today I wondered if we might see a slight tweak in shape from West Ham but so far it looks as if Manuel Lanzini is just going to play a little deeper alongside Declan Rice.

Good start from Norwich

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03:00 - High tempo from the home side at the moment, looking to give their fans something to shout about.

West Ham not getting a second on the ball in the opening stages.


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We’re underway!

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Malik Ouzia’s pre-match thoughts

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Trevor Brooking: West Ham need Declan Rice to stay

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Speaking to BBC Radio Four, the West Ham legend said: “David Moyes has got them playing terrific football, particularly away from home. The last couple of years has been such great progress.

“However, you always felt that being in the Europa League playing Thursday-Sunday every week, they were three or four players short in their squad.

“They need him [Declan Rice] to stay if they can. It will be tempting to cash in and spend £100m+ on new players.

“But hopefully they can bring those in and persuade Rice that they will go on to win stuff.”


Two changes

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Two changes post-Frankfurt then with Fabianski and Benrahma replacing Areola and Soucek.

A strong team, one surely expected to win and close the gap on Manchester United.

Confirmed West Ham lineup

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Confirmed Norwich lineup

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A very sunny Carrow Road

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West Ham must match David Moyes’ ambition this summer

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As David Moyes sat in the same press conference room in the bowels of Deutsch Bank Park where, just 24 hours earlier, he had spoken hopefully of it finally being his turn to taste silverware after 24 trophyless years in management, you sensed a mixture of pride, anger and embarrassment.

Pride, at the historic journey his West Ham team have been on in reaching a first major European semi-final in 46 years, just two after battling to stave off relegation.

Anger, at what he felt was the Frankfurt’s bench’s over-zealous appeals for Aaron Cresswell to be sent off in the game’s defining moment just 19 minutes in, though he had few complaints about the decision itself.

And embarrassment, having himself been shown a red card for his moment of ball-boy madness, an incident for which he apologised but also tried sheepishly to make light of.

You can read Malik Ouzia’s full analysis here.


David Moyes: Declan Rice will NOT be punished for rant against referee

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David Moyes says there is “not a chance” West Ham will discipline after the midfielder was filmed criticising Jesus Gil Manzano following their loss to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League.

Hammers captain Rice berated the Spanish official during a foul-mouthed rant in the tunnel after Thursday evening’s semi-final elimination.

The Premier League club intend to view the referee’s report before commenting on the incident, while UEFA could yet sanction the England midfielder.

But manager Moyes - who does not believe Rice’s complaints to be genuine accusations and feels nothing untoward occurred - swiftly dismissed suggestions of internal punishment.

“Not a chance - not on my watch anyway,” said the Scotsman, whose team suffered a 3-1 aggregate loss.

“If UEFA punish him that’s down to them but not on my watch.

You can read Moyes’ comments in full here.

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Can West Ham take advantage?

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Manchester United’s dismal loss away at Brighton on Saturday has given West Ham a real chance of catching them in sixth.

A win at Carrow Road would close the gap to three points with David Moyes’ boasting a game in hand.

European nights could indeed be back at the London Stadium next season.

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West Ham have hardly been at their best of late but this is a team who have shown plenty of character. That, coupled with Norwich’s awful run of form, makes an away win very likely.

West Ham to win, 2-0.

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West Ham team news: Craig Dawson available

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For West Ham, Craig Dawson is available for selection after his suspension, while Moyes believes most of his squad is likely to be fit and available. Angelo Ogbonna (knee) should be the Hammers’ only absentee.

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Norwich team news: McClean and Sargent out

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Dean Smith has confirmed that neither Kenny McLean nor Josh Sargent will be able to feature again this season. Christoph Zimmermann, meanwhile, is still suffering with a groin problem.

Andrew Omobamidele, Adam Idah and Ozan Kabak are also out injured for Norwich.

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How to watch

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TV channel and live stream: Today’s game will not be broadcast live in the UK. However, highlights can be viewed on Match of the Day 2, which starts tonight at 10:30pm on BBC One.

LIVE coverage: Get minute-by-minute updates through Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog, with Malik Ouzia in attendance at Carrow Road.

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Welcome to Norwich vs West Ham LIVE coverage!

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Good afternoon and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Norwich vs West Ham in the Premier League!

The Hammers visit Norfolk hoping to get back to winning ways and quickly banish memories of their painful Europa League semi-final defeat at the hands of Eintracht Frankfurt.

Malik Ouzia is on hand to provide expert analysis from Carrow Road. Stay tuned for all the match build-up, latest team news and live updates after kick-off, which is at 2pm BST this afternoon.

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