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Sep 30, 2021 at 8pm UK
West HamWest Ham United
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Rapid ViennaRapid Vienna
Rice (29'), Benrahma (90+4')
Diop (75')
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Grahovac (44'), Greiml (57')

He's got a great shot in him - David Moyes hails Hammers goal hero Declan Rice

:Headline: He's got a great shot in him - David Moyes hails Hammers goal hero Declan Rice:
Declan Rice grabbed his second European goal in as many matches as West Ham won their first ever home group-stage match and made it two wins from two.
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David Moyes hailed Declan Rice for his latest Europa League heroics in the 2-0 win over Rapid Vienna.

Rice grabbed his second European goal in as many matches as West Ham won their first ever home group-stage match and made it two wins from two.

Said Benrahma grabbed a second in stoppage time to wrap up another victory.

West Ham had a let-off in the second half when German referee Tobias Stieler gave a penalty after Rapid sub Marco Grull went down under a non-challenge from Ben Johnson, with VAR correctly overturning the decision.

And Benrahma made sure it was goodnight Vienna when he cut inside and curled in the second in stoppage time.

Rapid coach Dietmar Kuhbauer said: “You can never be happy after a loss but we played a good game, especially in the second half. Overall a decent performance.”

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2Liverpool96302762121
3Manchester CityMan City96212041620
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