West Ham United returned to winning ways with a comprehensive 4-0 victory away to Norwich City.
The Hammers had established a much-deserved three-goal advantage by the half-time whistle, as two well-taken goals by Saïd Benrahma sandwiched Michail Antonio’s close-range finish.
The Canaries thought they had found a route back into the game just after half-time, only for Sam Byram’s effort to be ruled out by VAR for handball, before Manuel Lanzini added West Ham’s fourth from the penalty spot after another VAR check ruled a handball against Jacob Sørensen.
The win moves the Hammers to within three points of sixth-placed Manchester United in the UEFA Europa League qualifying places, having played one game fewer.
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