KXIP vs KKR Live Score

After the trip to West Ham, Tottenham return to league action at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.

Anderson was the star of the show, however, supporters were lauding the display from Grady Diangana.

West Ham continued to dominate after the restart and Anderson regained their lead with a fine finish on 68 minutes following good link-up play by Arnautovic and Diangana. Instead, it was Burnley who got the game's second goal as Gudmundsson broke the offside trap and finished beyond Lukasz Fabianski after latching on to Ashley Westwood's defence-splitting pass.

The Hammers picked up just their third win of the season under Manuel Pellegrini as they look to make their steady climb up the Premier League table.

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West Ham later cut the deficit to one with Lucas Perez's header in the 71st, but Llorente secured the Spurs' spot in the domestic league cup quarterfinals with his goal in the 75th.

The Spaniard played the ball back in and Ogbonna allowed Alli to flick it through to Son, who lashed his shot high into the net from 10 yards out.

Chris Wood had seemingly earned Burnley a share of the spoils 13 minutes from time, but the impressive Anderson and substitute Hernandez struck in the final stages to end the visitors' resistance.

"The manager, the players, the staff here... it would be hard for me not to improve".

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West Ham's Marko Arnautovic is now the highest goalscorer in all competitions at the London Stadium (9 goals). "We could have scored more - we had the chances". James Tarkowski, meanwhile, endured a torrid afternoon, making a costly mistake for West Ham's opener and he was fortunate to not see red for a wild challenge on Diangana in the build-up to West Ham's second goal.

"You don't need to continue to play towards your own box if you are level or losing, you must continue to play in the same way, and I think today was a test for the players". It will be a tough game, but it's definitely winnable for West Ham.

The academy product finished the game with six completed dribbles, more than any other player on the pitch.

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