在18歲的首發球員Divin Mubama的頭球被Joyskim Dawa拒之門外之前,Fornals在中場休息前用一次猛烈的進攻打進了他的第一球。








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Pablo Fornals scored twice as West Ham finished the Europa Conference League group stage with a perfect record by beating FCSB in Romania.

But it was the experienced Fornals who made the telling difference, his double helping to secure a sixth win from six group games.

Fornals scored his first before the break with a fierce drive before a header by 18-year-old debutant Divin Mubama was turned over his line by Joyskim Dawa.

Fornals rounded off the impressive win by sweeping home his side's third midway through the second half.

With nothing at stake in this game, Moyes fielded a very youthful side with Mubama joined in the first XI by midfielder Oscar Scarles, who was making his debut at the age of just 16 years and 326 days.

In addition there were midfielders Conor Coventry, 22, and Flynn Downes, 23, and 22-year-old full-back Ben Johnson, joined by a sprinkling of the club's more experienced players.

Downes has consistently impressed in this competition, but they all brought energy and hunger into a game that could easily have played out like a pre-season friendly, given the lack of anything to play for.

Despite his age, Scarles played with real maturity on the left and provided a number of dangerous crosses, and the crowning moment really should have been a goal for 18-year-old Mubama.

Although he initially celebrated what was West Ham's second as his own after heading a cross powerfully towards goal, it was later given to FCSB's Dawa as he tried in vain to clear off the line.

But that will be the only disappointment on a night that should be a seen as a huge success for the club's youth development.