Three goals in a devastating 16-minute spell at the start of the second half gave West Ham United a memorable 4-1 Premier League victory at Huddersfield Town.
The Hammers were ruthless in front of goal with Marko Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini in unstoppable form. The No10 scored twice, while Arnautovic registered a goal and two assists as his fine run of form continued.
David Moyes' resurgent side have lost just one in eight, are up to eleventh in the table and have completed their first league 'double' of the season.
Earlier, Mark Noble had given the visitors a 25th-minute lead with a cool finish from inside the area, before Joe Lolley – whose error gifted Arnautovic the ball in the lead up to Noble’s goal – atoned for his error by levelling from the edge of the box.
West Ham did not let their heads drop and attacked in clinical fashion on the game’s resumption, taking the game away from their hosts with those three unanswered goals – the first within 12 seconds of the restart through Arnautovic.