Saiss, Jiminez and Jota on target as Hammers lose third game in a row

ROMAN SAISS, Raul Jiminez and Diogo Jota struck as Wolves stunned West Ham with a second-half salvo.

The Midlands outfit missed a number of chances but eventually broke the deadlock and soon later the floodgates opened.

Wolves star Romain Saiss rose to power home the first
Nuno Espirito Santo and his coaching staff celebrate the opener

West Ham have now lost three in a row and need a boost to appease their fans.


West Ham struggled to create chances after their FA Cup defeat at Wimbledon
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Jonny fires just wide for Wolves against West Ham
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Marko Arnautovic was in the action after committing himself to the Hammers
England boss Gareth Southgate was in the stands to check out the talent on show
Wolves became the first Premier League side to trial safe standing during a game
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