By Daniel Feliciano

2nd Oct, 2022 | 3:40pm

Gruesome image of Jarrod Bowen injury during West Ham United v Wolves emerges

Jarrod Bowen picked up a horror injury during the win over Wolves as an image emerged with the West Ham star’s finger bent totally out of place.

The England international picked up a goal and an assist in the 2-0 win over Wolves on Saturday night, helping the Hammers to their second win of the season and lift some pressure off David Moyes.

But Bowen picked up a horror injury in the aftermath of his goal, with an image showing his finger broken and dislocated.

Bowen was able to see out the game after receiving treatment and is unlikely to miss any game time because of the problem, although he could be rested for the Europa Conference League fixture in midweek against Anderlecht.

Back to his best

Bowen has had a slow start to the season with no goals or assists in the Premier League before Saturday’s game, but he looked re-energised and back to his best against Wolves.

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He was direct, quick, skilful, determined to beat his man and looked an attacking threat whenever he got on the ball.

His goal was well taken too, as he gambled on a pass before cutting back onto his favoured left foot and smashing a low strike past Jose Sa at the near post.

With the Hammers’ form being absolutely woeful in the build up to this game, it was always going to be Bowen’s form that was scrutinised most in the attack but he battled back well to answer his critics.

Now it’s about West Ham keeping him fit and firing in a very busy period of football before the World Cup, and if he keeps performing like that he will have every chance of being in the England squad going to Qatar.