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Jul 15, ESPN. He has one man to beat on the left, but opts to use his marker as a disguise before poking the ball around one side of him.
Snodgrass attempts to dribble through the middle, but Wimbledon monitor him well and apply the challenge. Nightingale plays in Connolly, who bursts to the byline.
The cross is firm and accurate, and it hits Antonio. It works its way back out to the taker in the corner. Snodgrass attempts to weave in before hitting an effort into the side netting.
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Danny Gallagher Host commentator. Wimbledon, rock bottom of League One, have won it! Huge save from Ramsdale to point-blank deny Antonio.
West Ham rally for another go, but the home side throw all bodies back and clear. The year-old has won it. Surely this is now it. Connolly is now going off, as year-old Toby Sibbick comes on.
It soars high and wide, over the bar and into the stands. Anthony Taylor blew immediately, and books the Hammers man for a dive. The ball goes behind for a corner, which West Ham clear.
Goal-scorer Appiah comes off, to be replaced by Jake Jervis. He fancied it as soon as it was won, lined it up Straight over the wall and into the near post.
The out-stretched Ramsdale well beaten. Now we have a tie on our hands. Less than 20 to play! The speedy winger wins a corner, which Ramsdale punches away.
Fredericks clatters into Appiah and the referee delves into his pocket. We have a brief stoppage while the Wimbledon man gets some treatment.
Freekick to be taken just outside the area. Ramsdale gathers well at the near post from a fizzing Felipe Anderson cross.
Wimbledon looking a tad vulnerable now, as West Ham grow in stature. Still, the scoreline remains at West Ham tails now up, and another corner is won as Antonio powers forward.
Snodgrass delivers it well, but Appiah heads it powerfully away. Drastic times call for drastic measures. That first half was something.
The away supporters boo as West Ham leave the field. Absolute scenes at Kingsmeadow, as Wimbledon break and double their lead!
Obiang loses the ball on the half-way line after completely losing his bearings. One-on-one with Adrian, he slots it beautifully into the bottom corner.
Pure connection, but thankfully for the Hammers they get bodies in the way. It was certainly on target. Freekick for the hosts, again on the right side of the area after Appiah is fouled in mid-air.
Another prime opportunity for Pinnock to curl one in. And now we have lift-off, and the home team deserve it. It deflects off the lunging Ogbonna and flicks past a full-stretch Adrian.
Appiah slips in Connolly down the right, whose first-time cross picks out Pinnock. Adrian stands equal to it, and catches safely. This may read repetitively now, but Connolly whips in another sterling cross from the right.
The Hammers restart from the goalkeeper. Cries for handball from the home team, and they certainly have a point! It would have been a penalty.
It goes over, but it was very sweetly hit. And just like that West Ham show what they can do. Wimbledon had yet another chance through Thomas, who went one-on-one with Adrian.
As the effort was cleared, West Ham broke and sent Hernandez up at the other end. Pinnock whips the freekick straight in with venom, rather than curl a cross over the wall.
It needed strong wrists from Adrian to beat it away. West Ham are now all over the place at the back. They go up the other end and win a freekick on the very edge of the area, on the right.
And Thomas skies it! Wimbledon held on with the pressure, and worked the ball across to space on the right. He blazes his foot through the ball, but it soars over.
Thankfully for West Ham they collect the ball, but it very nearly could have been an own goal. Wimbledon regain possession and win a corner.