West Ham left it late to beat 10-man Crystal Palace as goals from Manuel Lanzini and Dimitri Payet in the final five minutes sealed a 3-1 win.
The Hammers dominated the second half after Dwight Gayle’s red card just before the break with the score already at 1-1. Carl Jenkinson put West Ham in front only to then foul Gayle in the penalty area moments later, with Yohan Cabaye converting the penalty despite having to take it twice due to the striker’s encroachment. Match Report
WestHam seats with 17 pts on the table and will remain 3rd this week if Arsenal fails to beat the Norwich City (0-0) at 56th minute ongoing. They still remain one of the best kings of the road with 13 points from 5 away games this season. According to BILIC: “Our target is to play good football and be solid in defence, keep the ball better and create more chances and collect more points” and i think they did just that.