West Ham United’s Pablo Fornals seals Europa Conference League semi-final win
In a dramatic match that saw West Ham United face-off with AZ Alkmaar, the Hammers secured their passage to a first major European final since 1976. The match was goalless until the dying minutes when West Ham captain Declan Rice’s pass found its way to an unmarked Pablo Fornals who drove into the box and slotted home past goalkeeper Marco Bizot for a historic victory.
Fornals’ Historic Goal Sends Hammers Fans into Raptures
The Spanish midfielder has not had as much playtime as he would have liked this season, but his contribution in Thursday’s game will always be remembered by loyal fans of the club. His name is now etched into West Ham history forever after scoring that crucial late goal that sealed their place in the final against Fiorentina on June 7th.
David Moyes Lauds Fornals’ Performance
West Ham manager David Moyes also praised Fornal’s impact on the team during post-match interviews. “He is one player who deserves all credit,” said Moyes speaking to BT Sport reporters after they beat AZ Alkmaar in their last-four clash at London Stadium. He added how delighted he was with Fornal’s performance throughout his time with them despite limited chances.
Rice Looking Forward To Writing History With Teammates
Captain Declan Rice spoke about how proud he felt leading his side out onto such an important occasion and went on to express optimism towards achieving greater success yet again- aiming high for future titles with his exceptional squad members alongside him.
The Hammers have a chance to win their first major European trophy since 1965, and fans are convinced that the team is capable of lifting the coveted Europa Conference League. Pablo Fornals’ historic goal will forever be remembered as one of West Ham’s greatest moments in recent times.