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 Posted by ESPN Staff
35 minutes ago

Prem: Hull City 2-2 West Ham United

In a hotly contested match West Ham United equalized late on to share a point with Hull City.

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2 hours ago

Mark Noble, Curtis Davies hail new signings after West Ham, Hull draw

Enner Valencia drew high praise from both sides after his spectacular strike in Monday's draw.

Rival captains Mark Noble and Curtis Davies hailed their club's new signings after Hull and West Ham shared an exciting Premier League draw.

Hull twice led through debutants Abel Hernandez and Mohamed Diame, the latter against his former club, but Enner Valencia's ferocious first goal in English football and Davies' own goal gave the Hammers a 2-2 draw.

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Hernandez looked particularly lively for Hull, having only joined his teammates in training on Sunday having finally received a visa to complete...

2 hours ago

Steve Bruce details quick jaunt to Rome to bring back Abel Hernandez

Diame Dents The Hammers
Abel Hernandez debuted for Hull on Monday, but only after team officials flew to Rome to retrieve him.

Hull manager Steve Bruce credited a late dash from Croydon to Rome for making Abel Hernandez's barnstorming debut possible.

Bruce had expected to be without his club record signing for the home clash with West Ham due to a delay with his work permit.

But the relevant paperwork was completed just in time for the Tigers to complete a cross-continental jaunt to bring the 9.5 million-pound signing in over the weekend and he repaid Bruce's decision to throw him straight in by scoring a fine header in...

3 hours ago

Mohamed Diame haunts Hammers but Hull can't hold on for win

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Mohamed Diame scored against his former club West Ham.

Debut goals from Hull pair Abel Hernandez and Mohamed Diame were only good enough for a draw against West Ham as a Curtis Davies own-goal ensured the spoils were shared in a breathless encounter at the KC Stadium.

The home side lost the lead twice, club record signing Hernandez getting the ball rolling with an impeccable first-half header and Diame restoring the advantage against the side he left on transfer deadline day.

In between Enner Valencia had marked his first league start with a blockbuster...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
3 hours ago

Highlights: Hull City 2-2 West Ham

A back and forth encounter between Hull City and West Ham ended in a 2-2 draw at Kingston Communications Stadium.

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