West Ham United striker Sebastien Haller's pounding second-half strike sentenced Sheffield United to a 1-0 Premier League home thrashing on Sunday that leaves them attached to the lower part of the standings with a solitary point after nine games.
Despite the fact that the guests ruled belonging in the opening 45 minutes, the Blades made a few open doors with striker Oliver McBurnie going nearest with a header that constrained a fine spare from Lukasz Fabianski.
Their inefficient completing was rebuffed in the 56th moment as West Ham won the ball in midfield and stirred it up to French-conceived Ivory Coast striker Haller, who bored a deafening shot into the top corner by means of the fingertips of Aaron Ramsdale.
Haller got an opportunity to twofold his side's favorable position however he some way or another lightened his first-time shot from Arthur Masuaku's middle, controlling the ball wide of the objective in the 70th moment.
West Ham.s Declan Rice might have put the game certain three minutes after the fact however his header from Aaron Cresswell's corner hit the woodwork and bobbed to security.
Scorer of six class objectives last season, Scotland striker McBurnie still can't seem to open his record this term however his aeronautical capacity and vigorous running caused issues all through as Sheffield United poured forward looking for an equalizer.
He at last beat Fabianski in the 75th moment, however his left-foot shot hit the crossbar as West Ham held tight for a success that moves them up to eighth put on 14 focuses. The Blades stay base having scored only four group objectives, and wing-back George Baldock couldn't conceal his mistake at the last whistle.
"It's been our account of the period - great box-to-box, however not taking our risks. It's not simply the strikers, we are deficient with regards to that last piece and it is costing us right now," he revealed to Sky Sports.
(Detailing by Philip O'Connor; Editing by Christian Radnedge and Ken Ferris)