Joe Hart: 'My job is to help West Ham United'

SWANSEA WALES- MARCH 03 Javier Hernandez of West Ham United arrives prior to the Premier League match between Swansea City and West Ham United at Liberty Stadium

They create chances, they are ready to suffer and win the game.

After a series of mediocre results, a ruthless Spurs side punished Chelsea's inability to capitalise on their first half chances with a 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge, the first time a Tottenham side has won at the ground in 28 years.

Eden Hazard's indifferent form has epitomised Chelsea's struggles and the Belgian playmaker had gone seven games without a goal.Chelsea were in control but when Alvaro Morata found the back of the net from Hazard's pass, the Spain striker's effort was ruled out for offside.

Hernandez emerged from the bench to attain an important equaliser within the 1-1 draw at Chelsea on Sunday.

Chelsea paid tribute to former captain and assistant manager Ray Wilkins, who died aged 61 on Wednesday following a cardiac arrest, before kick-off with a minute's applause.

Chelsea were booed off at home, which was undeniably ungracious given the neat performance they displayed, as West Ham secured a draw with the score split one each for either side.

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Maya Goodwin led the way on both sides of the ball for LEAP Academy in its 16-0 win in five innings over Lindenwold in Lindenwold. Ellefson didn't allow a hit until the fourth inning when Malyn Hunter doubled to the gap in left-center field with two outs.

But next Monday they host fellow strugglers Stoke knowing a defeat would drag them right back into trouble ahead of a tricky run-in including fixtures against Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City.

Hart made a fine first-half block to deny Willian when he was clean through, and after the break tipped Marcos Alonso's fierce drive over the top before palming Olivier Giroud's header around a post to preserve a point for his side.

Joe Hart admits West Ham face a season-defining game against Stoke next week. And a season that has been as turbulent as West Ham's, albeit for different reasons, looks set to end in disappointment.

"I'm pleased for him because he has been through hard times", said Wenger. Moments later West Ham finally recorded their first shot of the game, a 25-yard sighter from Arnautovic that was comfortably gathered by the returning Thibaut Courtois.

With the top four now looking out of reach for last season's champions, Chelsea look to be pinning their season on winning the FA Cup; the Blues have a semi-final tie against Southampton later this month. This game describes our season very well.

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