West Ham Celebrates Historic European Quarter-Final Qualification

West Ham manager David Moyes expressed his delight at the club’s remarkable achievement of reaching a third successive major European quarter-final following their impressive 5-0 victory over Freiburg at the London Stadium.

The Hammers secured their biggest European win, with goals from Lucas Paqueta, Jarrod Bowen, Aaron Cresswell, and a sensational Mohamed Kudus double. This victory also marked West Ham’s largest win since Moyes returned to the club in 2019.

Reflecting on the club’s progress, Moyes emphasized the significant transformation West Ham has undergone in recent years. From battling relegation to challenging for European qualification and now reaching the quarter-finals of the Europa League, Moyes highlighted the club’s remarkable journey.

He expressed his satisfaction in contributing to West Ham’s success, acknowledging the efforts of the players and the club’s management in elevating the team’s stature.

Moyes also praised Mohamed Kudus for his standout performance, particularly his spectacular solo goals late in the game. The Ghanaian midfielder’s dazzling runs and clinical finishing demonstrated his immense talent and potential.

The manager likened Kudus’ first goal to those of legendary dribbling wingers, describing it as reminiscent of classic Roy of the Rovers goals.

Overall, Moyes and West Ham celebrated this historic achievement with pride, looking forward to the next challenge in their European journey.

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