West Ham forward Jesse Lingard has been named Premier League Player of the Month for April, with Newcastle boss Steve Bruce winning the managers’ honor.
Lingard, loaned from Manchester United, scored four goals in four EPL games last month, taking his count to nine for the season since joining West Ham loaned toward the beginning of February.
His solo goal against Wolves likewise saw him win Goal of the Month. Lingard collected the ball 10 yards inside his own half, controlled towards goal prior to creating an ice-cool completion to beat the onrushing Rui Patricio.
The 28-year-old had not played a minute of Premier League football this season prior to his Manchester United exit, but has been directly involved in 12 goals since his arrival at West Ham.
Jesse Lingard gives words of encouragement after been named POTM
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