– Mohammed Salah and Joel Matip gave Liverpool the lead with two goals in three minutes
– Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the third for Liverpool and his first league goal for the club
– Mohammed Salah made it four after Manuel Lanzini has pulled one back for the Hammers
– Liverpool move up to sixth place on the log level on points with Arsenal in fifth
Mohammed Salah scored twice and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored his first league goal for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp’s side defeated a poor West Ham side.
West Ham hosted the Reds were could not stop the Reds from winning 4 – 1 at the London stadium in Saturday, November 4’s late kick off game.
Andre Ayew almost opened the scoring in the 12th minute when he capitalized on a loose ball but could only hit the post with only Simon Mignolet to beat.
Andre Ayew could not believe he hit the post in the game. Photo: Premier League/Twitter
The Reds got the opener in the 21st minute through Mohammed Salah who led a counter attack with Sadio Mane after Liverpool cleared a corner.
The Egytian received a pass back from Mane and fired into the net with only Joe Hart to beat.
Mohammed Salah celebrates his opener
Four minutes later Joel Matip doubled the lead when he fired in a rebound after Joe Hart punched an effort from a corner unto his path.
Joel Matip tapped in the second for the Reds. Photo: Premier League/Twitter
West Ham pulled one back ten minutes after the break when Manuel Lanzini was afforded space in the box by Jose Gomes to lift the ball over Mignolet.
Just one minute later Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain restored the lead in the first Premier League game he was starting this season.
The Englishman found himself with space on the right and fired an effort at Hart but it was saved and it got back to his feet and he was able to fire in the rebound.
West Ham almost pulled another back through Lanzini but the Argentine could only send his effort over the bar from inside the box.
Salah added a fourth with a drilled shot from the edge of the box as Kouyate failed to close him down early.
Liverpool move up to sixth place on the log level with 19 points as many as Arsenal who are in fifth place.
The win was also the Red’s third consecutive victory in all competitions.
West Ham meanwhile are 17th on the log with nine points from 11 games this season.