Taking a look back at a classic West Ham United moment on this day in history, presented by Heineken...
West Ham United's outstanding 2015/16 season continued with a superb 2-0 Premier League win over Liverpool at a sold-out Boleyn Ground on this day in 2016.
In a thrilling game that featured 41 goal attempts, it was Slaven Bilić's Hammers who took their chances.
After winning the ball at the other end of the pitch, Michail Antonio ran 100 yards before his flying header made it 1-0 on ten minutes.
And it was former Reds centre-forward Andy Carroll who made the points safe early in the second half, rising high to bury a trademark header from Mark Noble's right-wing cross.
Victory completed a league double over Liverpool for the first time in 52 years and also saw the Irons rise to sixth in the table.
West Ham would end the season in seventh, one place and two points ahead of Liverpool.
Enjoy all the action from a memorable afternoon from exactly five years ago again right here!