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James Ward-Prowse, the West Ham midfielder, scored a stunning goal from the corner after putting a vicious bend on the ball to beat the Wolves goal-keeper, Jose Sa, all end up in front of his home fans at Molineux Stadium. This special piece of football proved to be enough for West Ham to secure a 2-1 win against Wolves in the Premier League.

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In the first half, the Wolves were the dominating team, taking the lead through Pablo Sabaria’s penalty in the 33rd minute, which was awarded after Emerson committed a foul on Rayan Ait-Nouri. The second-half performance from the home team was quite sloppy to say the least, letting West Ham make a comeback through an equaliser from Lucas Paqueta’s penalty in the 72nd minute after Emerson managed to find Max Kilman’s hand inside the penalty box.

The 84th minute of the match saw James Ward-Prowse, who is heralded as a dead-ball specialist, produce a magic moment, to break the 1-1 deadlock between both the teams. He left the Molineux Stadium in complete shock as to what had transpired in front of their eyes.

In the 99th minute, Max Kilman headed the ball in the back of the net for a Wolves equaliser, only for the VAR to conclude that it shouldn’t stand, making the home fans boo the officials no end.

Moreover, while speaking to the BBC, James Ward-Prowse had this to say about his special goal, "I have never scored direct from a corner before, but my mum and dad always said to me as a kid to do it, so I'll give credit to them!"

Here is the clip of James Ward-Prowse scoring from the corner: