Two well-taken late goals saw West Ham United move within a point of a place in the Europa League group stages with a 3-1 win at West Bromwich Albion.
Having been frustrated on the road by Brighton & Hove Albion just four days prior, David Moyes' team endured a frustrating first half at the Hawthorns, hitting the post from a penalty inside two minutes before conceding to Matheus Pereira's direct corner kick.
Yet as they have done so often this season, the team in Claret and Blue showcased their powers of recovery when Tomáš Souček stabbed in from close range on the stroke of half-time.
And after a second half which saw both teams have their opportunities - West Ham going closest after again striking the woodwork - Angelo Ogbonna thundered in to head home an Aaron Cresswell corner in the closing stages.
The priceless points were wrapped up five minutes later when Michail Antonio finished off a superb counter-attack to put the Irons on the verge of qualifying for European football through their league position for just the third time in the Club's history.