The match began in an excellent way for Burnley’s team, who opened the scoring with a goal from Chris Wood from 11 meters in the 19th minute. But later West Ham leveled the game by making it 1-1 thanks to a goal from Antonio in the 21st minute. After this, a new occasion allowed to increase the score of the visiting team, which came back through a new goal by Antonio, thus completing a double in the 29th minute, thus closing the first period with the score of 2-1.
Neither team managed to score in the second half, so the match ended with a score of 2-1.
In the changes chapter, Sean Dyche’s Burnley relieved Rodriguez, Gudmundsson and Barnes for Vydra, McNeil and Chris Wood, while West Ham manager David Moyes ordered Bowen to fill in for Benrahma.
The referee sanctioned three players with a yellow card. He showed two yellow cards to Mee and Gudmundsson of Burnley and one to Dawson of West Ham.
With this victory, West Ham rises to 58 points and is placed in fifth place in the standings, occupying a place for access to the Europa League. For his part, Burnley remains with the 36 points with which he reached this day of the competition.
On the following day of the Premier League Burnley will play Fulham away from home, while West Ham will face Everton in their stadium.
|Burnley:||Nick Pope, Mee, Tarkowski, Taylor, Lowton, Cork, Westwood, McNeil (Gudmundsson, min.75), Brownhill, Chris Wood (Barnes, min.86) y Vydra (Rodriguez, min.61)|
|West Ham:||Fabianski, Dawson, Soucek, Diop, Fornals, Lanzini, Benrahma (Bowen, min.78), Cresswell, Coufal, Lingard y Antonio|
|Goals:||Chris Wood (1-0, min. 19), Antonio (1-1, min. 21) and Antonio (2-1, min. 29)|