West Ham put up one of their best performance in recent years as they defeated Jose Mourinho led Manchester United 3-1 in a thrilling encounter.
It was a tremendous victory for West Ham, as they extended their unbeaten run to four matches across all competitions, while heaping the pressure upon a Manchester United side who could fall 11 points behind Liverpool if the Reds beat Chelsea in the late fixture.
The Hammers deserved their win after an impressive performance by their front three.
Felipe Anderson and Marko Arnautovic scored either side of a Victor Lindelof own goal as Manchester United collapsed at West Ham.
West Ham stormed to a 3-1 win over an abject Manchester United to pile further pressure on Jose Mourinho.
The United manager selected Paul Pogba from the off following a week-long soap opera at Old Trafford but Felipe Anderson gave West Ham an early lead with his first Premier League goal.
Things rarely picked up after that setback as Victor Lindelof deflected in Andriy Yarmolenko’s shot to double the advantage for Manuel Pellegrini’s team two minutes before half-time.
Marko Arnautovic sealed the points after Marcus Rashford briefly gave the visitors hope, although more uncomfortable questions await Mourinho, who omitted Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard and captain Antonio Valencia from his matchday squad.