JAKARTA – West Ham United are back on the road to victory when they beat Burnley in week 34 of the Premier League on Monday local time (Tuesday GMT). Against Turf Moor overshadowed by two straight losses, West Ham defeated the hosts 2-1.
West Ham took the lead in the 19th minute when Chris Wood converted a penalty after being fouled by Tomas Soucek inside the restricted area.
But Burnley’s lead didn’t last long, as two minutes later Michail Antonio, standing relatively uncontrollably, coldly completed Vladimir Coufal’s cross to beat goalkeeper Nick Pope.
West Ham was able to turn the lead in the 29th minute after two Burnley players failed to block Said Benrahma’s cross and Antonio was able to salute him to score his second goal against the hosts.
The scoreline 2-1 lasted until the break, leaving West Ham fifth in the standings with 58 points, after being eliminated by Tottenham Hotspur (56) the day before.
Burnley (36) is 16th after being captained by Brighton & Hove Albion (37) and Southampton (37), but Sean Dyche’s team still has nine red-zone points, reports the official Premier League website.
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