West Ham United: Said Benrahma drops positive update for fans

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West Ham United’s Europa League semi-final clash with Eintracht Frankfurt still hangs in the balance heading into next week’s second leg in Germany following their narrow defeat on Thursday evening.

The semi-final got off to the worst possible start for the Hammers as Ansgar Knauff put the visitors ahead inside the opening 60 seconds. Michail Antonio levelled things up just 20 minutes later, but the advantage is with the German outfit.

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Japanese forward Daichi Kamada found the back of the net in the second period to give his side the lead heading into the second leg.

West Ham’s Said Benrahma took to Instagram after the game to thank the fans for their support:

It is certainly all to play for in the second leg, and the one-goal deficit can easily be overturned with David Moyes’ side still in with a brilliant chance of reaching a European final.

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Benrahma is certainly spot on with his post – nothing is over, and that sort of mentality is exactly what will be needed when they take to Deutsche Bank Park next week to play the second leg, however, a big Premier League game awaits before then. West Ham entertain Arsenal in a huge game in the race for European football on Sunday.

Fans will likely be encouraged by the Algerian’s post, with the winger seeming in good spirits despite the defeat and the Hammers facing a season-defining week ahead.

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