Saturday 03 Nov
Updated Saturday 03 Nov 23:37
First Team

In Pictures: West Ham United 4-2 Burnley

London Stadium falls silent to mark Remembrance Day
London Stadium falls silent to mark Remembrance Day
Marko Arnautovic puts the Hammers in front
Marko Arnautovic puts the Hammers in front
The No7 celebrates his goal
The No7 celebrates his goal
Grady Diangana takes on Steven Defour
Grady Diangana takes on Steven Defour
Declan Rice battles with Matej Vydra
Declan Rice battles with Matej Vydra
Pedro Obiang fights for possession
Pedro Obiang fights for possession
Felipe Anderson beats Joe Hart to make it 2-1
Felipe Anderson beats Joe Hart to make it 2-1
The Hammers celebrate the Brazilian's goal
The Hammers celebrate the Brazilian's goal
Pablo Zabaleta looks down the line
Pablo Zabaleta looks down the line
Felipe Anderson restores the Hammers' lead at 3-2
Felipe Anderson restores the Hammers' lead at 3-2
Celebrations all round
Celebrations all round
Chicharito makes the game safe in the final minute
Chicharito makes the game safe in the final minute
4-2 to the Hammers was the final score
4-2 to the Hammers was the final score
London Stadium falls silent to mark Remembrance Day 1
Marko Arnautovic puts the Hammers in front 2
The No7 celebrates his goal 3
Grady Diangana takes on Steven Defour 4
Declan Rice battles with Matej Vydra 5
Pedro Obiang fights for possession 6
Felipe Anderson beats Joe Hart to make it 2-1 7
The Hammers celebrate the Brazilian's goal 8
Pablo Zabaleta looks down the line 9
Felipe Anderson restores the Hammers' lead at 3-2 10
Celebrations all round 11
Chicharito makes the game safe in the final minute 12
4-2 to the Hammers was the final score 13

Felipe Anderson scored a brace as West Ham United twice recovered from the blow of losing a lead to defeat Burnley 4-2 at London Stadium on Saturday.

The Brazilian’s second half goals made it 2-1 and 3-2 to the Hammers, following an opening 45 minutes which West Ham dominated but came in level after Johann Berg Gudmundsson cancelled our Marko Arnautovic’s opener.

West Ham enjoyed 63 percent possession and had 21 shots to Burnley’s six, but they feared the points would have to be shared when Chris Wood headed the visitors level again at 2-2 with just 13 minutes left.

But the hosts kept going and were rewarded first with six minutes to go with Felipe Anderson’s second, before Chicharito made the game safe in injury time.