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West Ham: Should David Moyes' side now be considered genuine title contenders?

The Hammers stunned Liverpool on Sunday to leapfrog Jurgen Klopp's side in the table heading into the international break.

There is, of course, still a long way to go but after 11 games, David Moyes' side are looking the real deal and fully deserving of their place among the usual suspects.

West Ham forward Pablo Fornals, who scored in the 3-2 win against the Reds, sees no reason to put any limits on their aspirations this season.

West Ham 1 Tottenham 1

It is the fourth time Spurs have been held at their temporary home in the Premier League this season and Mauricio Pochettino's side lie fifth, three points shy of Liverpool a place above them.

Spurs almost lost in show-stopping fashion when defensive midfielder Obiang was allowed room 30 yards from goal to unleash a thunderous 70th-minute shot into the top corner beyond a helpless Hugo Lloris.

It was West Ham's first shot of any description in the game and, given Spurs had managed 20 by the time they fell behind, a share of the spoils was the least they deserved.

West Ham 1 Liverpool 4

Saturday's dismal defeat leaves the Hammers languishing a point and a place above the bottom three and the London Stadium crowd let their feelings be known at both half-time and the final whistle.

Salah opened the scoring in the 21st minute as he and the returning Sadio Mane, making his first start in a month, embarked on a devastating counter from a West Ham corner, 13 seconds elapsing between the taking of the set-piece and the ball nestling in Joe Hart's net.

Lanzini shatters Spurs' hopes

Lanzini's fired home from close range with 25 minutes remaining following some pinball in the Spurs area as they failed to clear Aaron Cresswell's cross.

The result means Chelsea can win the Premier League by winning their next two games, at home to Middlesbrough on Monday Night Football and at West Brom next Friday, before Spurs next play at home to Manchester United on Nissan Super Sunday.

No Payet deal following talks

Sky sources understand West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan has rejected an improved second bid worth around £20m from the Ligue 1 side and is refusing to be bullied into a quick sale, with no financial need to sell the 29-year-old.

Marseille's president Jacques-Henri Eyraud held high-level discussions with West Ham officials in London in a bid to secure a deal for Payet, who played at Marseille for two seasons before joining the Hammers in the summer of 2015.

Sanchez sends Arsenal second

Having set up Mesut Ozil for Arsenal's opener on 24 minutes, Sanchez capped a stunning individual display with three goals in 15 second-half minutes.

Andy Carroll's marked his long awaited return to the West Ham first-team with a goal nine minutes from time but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's response a minute later ensured it was mere consolation for the hosts, who remain a point above the relegation zone and without a league win since mid-October.

Jose off as Man Utd draw again

Diafra Sakho gave the Hammers the lead after just two minutes when he headed in Dimitri Payet's free-kick.

But United responded midway through the first half when Zlatan Ibrahimovic flicked past Darren Randolph from Paul Pogba's pass over the top.

Pogba was booked for diving shortly afterwards, an incident that enraged Mourinho and saw him sent from the sidelines for kicking a water bottle in frustration.

It is the second time in the space of a month that Mourinho has been sent to the stands after his dismissal during the goalless draw against Burnley.