Javier Hernández double helps West Ham end Newcastle’s winning run

Felipe Anderson will surely loom large in DeAndre Yedlin’s nightmares for some considerable time to come. The Brazilian’s devastatingly intelligent change of pace periodically unhinged Newcastle United’s entire back four but, as his specific marker, Rafael Benítez’s United States international right-back endured a particularly chastening afternoon.

If Anderson destabilised his hosts, they suffered the further indignity of dissection by Robert Snodgrass’s left-footed precision and were ultimately grateful that Javier Hernández converted only two of the chances that came his way. By the time Anderson claimed a richly merited stoppage-time third, the sense of Geordie optimism engendered by Newcastle’s recent three-game winning run had long since evaporated.

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via Football | The Guardian