New faces on show in West Ham win

West Ham gave run-outs to Milton Caraglio, Anis Ben-Hatira and Stefan Wessels in a 2-0 friendly win at MK Dons on Wednesday evening.

Last Updated: 28/07/10 at 22:49 Post Comment

Caraglio: In action against Dons

Caraglio: In action against Dons

Argentinian striker Caraglio and Germany Under-21 forward Ben-Hatira were both named from the start at stadium:mk, while former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Wessels played the second half.

It was Carlton Cole, another substitute, who did the damage however after coming on shortly after the hour mark.

He provided Faubert with the assist for the opening goal and then sealed the win with a fine solo effort in the 85th minute.

Matthew Upson and Jonathan Spector both made their first appearances since their return from the World Cup, while England goalkeeper Robert Green played the first 45 minutes.

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