Hammers claim win over Hamburg

West Ham bounced back from their heavy defeat to Mainz at the weekend with a 3-1 friendly victory over Hamburg on Tuesday night in Flensburg.

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Matt Jarvis: Played a part in all three goals

Matt Jarvis: Played a part in all three goals

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The Hammers were beaten 4-1 by Mainz in the opening match of their tour to Germany - their first loss in pre-season - but enjoyed success against another Bundesliga outfit in the shape of Hamburg, with Matt Jarvis playing a big part in the win.

All four goals were scored in the first half with Alou Diarra and James Tomkins both heading in Jarvis corners to put West Ham 2-0 up inside 30 minutes. Hamburg halved the deficit through Heiko Westermann in the 43rd minute but Sam Allardyce's men added a third soon after through a Ravel Morrison penalty after Jarvis had been brought down.

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