Two late goals by Alejandro Pozuelo gave Toronto FC a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Fire in MLS play Saturday, snapping TFC's six-game winless streak.
Italy striker Scamacca, Moyes' marquee summer signing from Sassuolo, netted a first-half header on his full debut. Jarrod Bowen added a second after the break and although Viborg pulled one back, Michail Antonio rounded things off with the third. It gave the Hammers some breathing space ahead of the second leg of this qualifying play-off in Denmark next week as they bid to make the group stages of the Europa Conference League. West Ham were without Declan Rice and Aaron Cresswell, as well as Moyes, with all banned for various indiscretions in the agonising Europa League semi-final defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt in May. It had also been a tough build-up for Viborg for what was probably the biggest night in their history after two players, Nigerian winger Ibrahim Said and Gambia forward Alassana Jatta, were denied entry into the country due to visa rules post-Brexit.
Asher-Smith revealed “girls’ stuff” had caused calf cramps which forced her to pull up during the 100m final in Munich.