Underperforming Manchester United midfielder who failed to command regular position in OGS’s team has become a monister in London.

Jesse Lingard who reunited woth former coach David Moyes at Westham United proved to be a monister this evening as he was on target in a 3-1 win over Aston Villa.

The 28 year old who fell down the pecking order at Manchester United proved his doubters wrong in his Westham United debut by scoring twice sensational goals.

In the 56th minute of play, Lingard pulled a left footed short, which Martinez found difficult to deal with.

Seven minutes before stoppage, the former Red Devils man came from the right side with a right footed short this time which also revealed Martinez’s weakness in dealing with such goals.

The performance by Lingard awarded his new team a third consecutive away win in a role, for the first time since 2014 as well as fifth league position.

On the 6th of February the Hammers will be travelling to Fulham hoping to collect 12 away points out of 12.

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