Pablo Fornals asks ‘why not dream?’ as West Ham move ahead of Liverpool

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Pablo Fornals asks ‘why not dream?’ as West Ham move ahead of Liverpool
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Pablo Fornals says West Ham can dare to dream after their brilliant win over Liverpool lifted them into third place in the Premier League.

West Ham beat Liverpool 3-2 last night at the London Stadium to continue their remarkable season under David Moyes and move three points behind leaders Chelsea.

The Hammers look the real deal and Moyes was asked yesterday whether it is time to consider them as genuine title challengers.

Fornals, meanwhile, sees no reason for West Ham to put any limits on their aspirations this season.

Asked yesterday if they can win the title, he said: “I don’t know. It is too early to say. But fighting for each game as we did today, why not dream?”

Many predicted West Ham would be one-season wonders and unable to repeat their sixth-placed finish from last term.

Still, the Hammers look ready to mount a serious challenge for a Champions League spot, are in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals and have already qualified for the knockout stage in the Europa League.

After West Ham ended Liverpool’s 25-game unbeaten run with a magnificent display, Fornals says the side are loving proving people wrong. “Of course, of course,” said the midfielder.

“This is what we did last season and it is what we are doing [again] this season.

“To be fair, I don’t care what other people think, I am really proud to be in this team and this group with these fighters. For me that is the only important thing.”

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