West Ham United slid into the FA Cup fifth round with an agreeable 2-0 triumph away to third-level Derby District on Monday to set up a gathering with Manchester United.
Derby, 4th in League One, went into the game on the rear of 14 matches, unbeaten in all rivalries however was rapidly overwhelmed by the Premier League side, who started to lead the pack in the tenth moment with a short proximity volley from Jarrod Bowen.
Bowen went 12 matches without an objective before meshing against Everton twice last week and has three in his last two games.
The forward crossed for striker Michail Antonio to head in a moment objective five minutes after the span to break his objective dry season extending back to November.
David Moyes’ side saw out the triumph without yielding many possibilities, recording consecutive wins interestingly since October, and Bowen said he trusted the success would support his side, who are sixteenth in the table, one point over the assignment zone.
“Two successes on the bob are great as far as we’re concerned everything revolves around results and force, and we can involve this as a genuine springboard,” he said.
Midfielder Pablo Fornals added: “Everybody realizes it hasn’t been a simple season, so every game we can win gives us monstrous certainty.
“We buckle down each day in preparing to be able, and afterward, you need to take it. That is the very thing the players attempted to do this evening.”