There were late objectives and play in abundance in Saturday’s three Premier League matches.
Town were 31 up with fifteen minutes to go, using Karlan Grant having scored twice, until the Hammers reduced the deficit during Angelo Ogbonna.
Javier Hernandez nodded in with half an hour of normal time to make it 3-3, and also the Mexican striker led home in injury time and energy for you to finish the fightback. West Ham remain in ninth position.
Bournemouth were included minutes of victory finished Newcastle if preceding player Matt Ritchie fired at a brilliant equaliser in stoppage time to procure that a 2-2 draw and also a crucial tip for Rafa Benitez’s side.
Salomon Rondon’s free kick had put Newcastle ahead in first half stoppage time, but 2 goals from Joshua King – the second from the penalty area – regarded as lending Eddie Howe’s side all three points until Ritchie’s superb first-time shot.
The end result sees Bournemouth edge up 1 spot to 11th, while Newcastle remain in 13th location.
Burnley levelled immediately with Dwight McNeil’s equaliser, however, Morgan’s late header gave Brendan Rodgers a second consecutive win that keeps the Foxes at 10th spot, while Burnley remain in 17th.