Maiga bags brace for West Ham

Modibo Maiga scored twice as West Ham ended their tour of Germany with a 3-0 win over newly-promoted Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Braunschweig.

Last Updated: 29/07/13 at 16:42 Post Comment

Modibo Maiga: Scored twice as West Ham beat Eintracht Braunschweig

Modibo Maiga: Scored twice as West Ham beat Eintracht Braunschweig

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Maiga put Sam Allardyce's side ahead in bizarre circumstances after 22 minutes when Ermin Bicakcic's attempted clearance hit the forward and looped in over stranded goalkeeper Daniel Davan.

Maiga then set up the second for Mohamed Diame to score with a backheeled finish in the 42nd minute before scoring his second and West Ham's third of the afternoon a minute before half-time when he latched onto a wayward backpass to round Davan and score.

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