West Ham United won the UEFA Europa Conference League for the first time in its history, after a thrilling 2-1 victory over Fiorentina in the final of the competition held at the Eden Arena in the Czech capital, Prague.

The two teams were unable to score during the first half, which ended in a goalless draw, while the second half was full of enthusiasm, rivalry, excitement and scoring goals.

Algerian star Said Benrahma scored for West Ham in the 62nd minute from the penalty spot, but Giacomo Bonaventura quickly equalized for Fiorentina in the 67th minute.

While everyone prepared for the end of normal time with a 1-1 draw and then resorted to extra time, Jarrod Bowen surprised everyone by scoring West Ham's second goal in the 90th minute, to lead the London team to the continental title.

⚽️🇩🇿 Algeria's Benrahma gives happiness to West Ham fans #Uefa_League_League | #FiorentinaWestHam#UECLfinal | #beINFINAL pic.twitter.com/468SCWm4Fi

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Giacomo Bonaventure equalizes for the Viola with a deceptive shot inside the Hammers penalty area #Euroconference_League | #فيورنتينا_وست_هام #UECLfinal | #FiorentinaWestHam pic.twitter.com/vpSlB4Jwa8

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Jarrod Bowen fingerprints a "killer" goal against Fiorentina #Europa League | #فيورنتينا_وست_هام #UECLfinal | #FiorentinaWestHam pic.twitter.com/eM3Agc1Btj

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