Joe Willock was once again proof himself as one of prolific goalscorer, as he came off the bench to scored winner goal in dramatic Newcastle United 3-2 win over West Ham United in Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The Magpies taken the leads in 36th minutes of the game through Issa Diop’s own goal before Joelinton extend the host leads towards the end of half-time.
However, David Moye’s men taking second-half of the game to restored themselves as Diop scored at the right end to give the Hammers hope in the 73rd minute, and Jesse Lingard converted a penalty to make it 2-2 with little under 10 minutes remaining.
But in the 81st minute, Joe Willock, who scored a late equaliser against Tottenham on April 4th, went one better to condemn the Hammers at St James’ Park.
Matt Ritchie, who set up cross that led to Joelinton’s goal towards the end of half-time, floated in a dangerous ball from the left-wing, Willock rose higher than Ryan Fredericks to steer the ball into the back of the net.