West Ham came from behind to record what ended up as a comfortable win against Fulham on Sunday.
The Hammers struggled initially and were pegged back after just five minutes, as Andreas Pereira slammed a superb effort beyond Lukasz Fabianski from a tight angle.
There was controversy to come, but Gianluca Scamacca first missed a pair of very presentable chances from close-range.
After 28 minutes, Jarrod Bowen equalised from the penalty spot but the decision was arguably a little soft, as Craig Dawson ran into Pereira in the box and went down, but it’s not a call we’ll disagree with!
The game devolved into a midfield battle from there but Scamacca gave the Hammers the lead just after the hour.
He was sent through by Lucas Paqueta and, although he looked offside, he lobbed the ball over Bernd Leno. VAR showed that he was onside, and a lengthy check for a handball came to nothing, with the goal given, and Fulham boss Marco Silva booked for his protests.
Aaron Cresswell made a vital block from Tom Cairney just a few minutes later, before Mikey Antonio came off the bench to wrap things up in the last minute, pouncing on a mix-up between Leno and a defender after his initial shot was blocked to wrap up all three points.
Not the easiest game in the world, but a solid three points.