JUBA, United Arab Emirates (AP) The West Ham United striker scored a late equaliser to beat Albions and take his side to a fourth consecutive league win.
Jamal Green scored the second and Jack Wilshere sealed the result in the second half to help the Hammers finish with a 4-1 victory over their bitter rivals at Al-Ahli Stadium.
Albions striker Jamal Green scored his side’s winner against West Ham in the third minute of the match.
West Ham United forward Jack Willshere added a fourth for his side, who also went behind early in the first half when winger Green headed over from the edge of the area.
Wilshere added another for the Hamms after his cross from the left was cleared by midfielder Benoit Assou-Ekotto.
But the Hamsters’ win kept them on track to secure a top-four finish.
Al-Ahlis’ top scorer, the 30-year-old Frenchman Mohamed Bouhlel, scored twice in the opening 45 minutes as his side won their first league game since February, with an extra point.
Walls scored his second and third for Al-Asir, who are in third place in the table, after a 3-0 win over the UAE side last week.
Alsos’ new coach, Ahmed Shafiq, has also been credited with keeping Al-Masri’s young players sharp.
Aljazeera’s Omar Al-Khalidi, who was present during the game, described the game as one of the most exciting he had witnessed.