The Hammers left-back appeared to cross into the box, but his effort found the back of the net, and when he took to his personal Instagram account after the game to ask whether he intended to score, Jesse Lingard joked that he did in the comments section.
Edouard Mendy was off his line already as he anticipated a cross, and while many will argue that Masuaku got lucky, the Hammers would not care as they deserved all three points against the title contenders.
Despite boasting of the best defence in the land prior to the game, Chelsea shipped three goals for the first time this campaign, and if West Ham can replicate this performance every matchday, they could be challenging for the top prize too.
Yesterday’s win was massive, but they needed some good fortune for it to happen, and they will need loads of it going forward this term if they want to end the campaign with Champions League football secured for next season.
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