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ANGELO OGBONNA glanced West Ham's deserved 74th minute winner as they moved into the European spots and prevented a muted Everton side entering the top four.

Demerai Gray, plus Andros Townsend's crossing, provided most of Everton's limited goal threat.

6West Ham mob Angelo Ogbonna after his 74th minute winnerCredit: Reuters 6Angelo Ogbonna glances home a corner from Declan riceCredit: Getty

And West Ham, for whom Tomas Soucek had a goal ruled out for offside, grew in composure after the break in this clash of two clubs hoping to finish in the top six this season.

Finally, striker Ogbonna glanced home Declan Rice's corner on 74 minutes.

in response the Toffees seemed to run out of ideas.

And only Jordan Pickford's superb later save stopped Jarrod Bowen doubling the Hammers' lead.

But in stoppage time Kurt Zouma's brilliant block denied Gray an equaloiser.

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6West Ham's England midfielder Declan Rice argues with ref Stuart AttwellCredit: Reuters

 

 

6Tomas Soucek wheels away after wrongly believing he had put West Ham in frontCredit: Rex

 

6West Ham's Czech midfielder Tomas Soucek can't believe his goal has been ruled out for offsideCredit: Getty

 

6Everton striker Demerai Gray reacts to a missed chance at GoodisonCredit: Getty

 

 

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I found out I’d won £2billion on the lottery live on air while covering the draw… I quit on the spot, say TV reporter

A TV reporter has described how she quit her job on the spot after discovering she had won £2billion live on air.

Journalist Natalia Escudero was covering the El Gordo - "The Fat One," Spain's biggest Christmas lottery draw when she found she was the winner among thousands.

5Reporter Natalia Escudero found out she won the El Gordo 5The Fat One is Spain's biggest Christmas lottery drawCredit: Getty 5The lottery has a maximum prize  of €4.0m (£3.4m)Credit: Getty

In December 2019, the TVE reporter was at an event in Alicante when she found out her number 26590 had been drawn.

Footage shows Escudero visibly thrilled jumping up and down while a crowd behind her can be seen chanting.

"I'm not coming to work tomorrow," she can be heard saying to her colleagues who watch her from the studio.

But she was later forced to apologise after discovering her actual prize was only €5,000 (£4,285).

Spanish media reported at the time that her reaction was slammed by viewers who accused her of lack of professionalism and for giving the impression she had won the maximum prize.

Escudero took it to Twitter to apologise and wrote at the time: Hello everyone, this tweet is first to apologise to any viewer who felt cheated when I confirmed I had won the Fat Christmas during the programme La Mañana.

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"It's true that I was overwhelmed and I will explain.

"The past few months have been difficult for me for personal reasons and for the first time the goddess of fortune smiled at me. I got emotional from everyone else's happiness but I didn't lie or manipulate viewers.

"In the 25years of my career as a journalist have always been with my head up and m,y conscience clear regarding my strict and proven work. It is sad that today Natalia Escudera is the lying and manipulative reporter of rtve."

The journalist added that it was true that "tomorrow I will not work" because she was going on holiday.

She concluded: "Happy Christmas and give peace and love".

The Spanish Christmas Lottery is part of a holiday tradition and it is considered the biggest lottery draw worldwide seeing thousands of ticket holders win prizes of up to €4.0m (£3.4m).

It takes place each year on December 22 and the draw is staged at Madrid's illustrious Teatro Real opera house where the winning numbers are sung out by schoolchildren.

The lottery is drawn using a complex ticketing system, with multiple winners possible for the same number.

5The Spanish Christmas Lottery takes place each year on December 22Credit: Getty 5The winning numbers are sung out by schoolchildrenCredit: Getty We pay for your stories!

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