Ramadan takes part in Stoke and West Ham tie in the battle to escape the relegation


Egyptian international Ramadan Sobhi played a key role in Stoke City’s game with West Ham in the 34th round of the Premier League which ended 1-1 at the London Olympic Stadium.
Ramadan came out in the 61st minute and Crouch came in the 79th minute before Andy Carroll equalized in the 90th minute to end the game with a point.
Stoke remained in the penultimate position in the standings to be closer to the drop after rising to 28 points, equal to Southampton, 5 points away from Swansea, who are placed in a secure position to avoid a drop. West Ham lifted their score to 35 points in 14th place Stay.
the summary of the match
Stoke had to be punished by a quick rebound in the third minute of the ball and reached Ramadan Sobhi, who controlled it and spun in the area to kick Bisra in the middle of the goal.
West Ham dominated the match and played more than a cross from the right, the most dangerous of them in the 35th minute after a cross from Zabaleta who ran away from the control of Ramadan Subhi to cross the cross ended with a shot at the keeper and a corner.
55 minutes into the match, Arnatovic scored from a cross from the left with a header, but the referee canceled him for the offense.
Lambert pulled Ramadan Subhi off the pitch in the 61st minute to involve Cameron in his place in an attempt to improve the performance of his team to stop the Egyptian player’s participation in about an hour.
The referee canceled another goal for West Ham after a shot from Fernandez, who shot a strong shot in the 66th minute, hit a fellow player to pass the net for the referee to infiltrate.
Shakiri fired a powerful shot in the 79th minute when Hart came back to follow Peter Crouch with a shot straight into the net, announcing his team’s progress as the Stoke players burst to celebrate the precious goal.
Carroll scored the equalizer in the 90th minute after a cross from the left on the substitute substitute Bisra from inside the penalty area to pass through Botland, announcing a draw West Ham in the deadliest time.


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