West Ham jumped to fourth place by beating Norwich with a brace from Bowen

LONDON: West Ham United regained their place in the English Premier League semi-finals with a 2-0 win over the last club of Norwich City on Wednesday thanks to a brilliant brace from Jarrod Bowen. A goal from Bowen, who was named by West Ham manager David Moyes to join England, was disallowed in the first half but brought the Londoners in The lead with a 42-minute header. Norwich once again produced an attractive kick and nearly equalized in the second half with Adam Eadeh Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski prevented him from scoring with a splendid save. But Bowen secured his third straight win in championship for West Ham in the 83rd minute when he scored goalkeeper Tim Kroll after a superb cross pass from Arthur Maswako. The goal was initially canceled, but was eventually counted after a review of the VAR. West Ham overtook Arsenal to qualify for the Champions League with 37 points in 21 games. Arsenal are two points behind and still have one game in more. (Reuters)