West Ham capped off a brilliant week after beating Fulham to make it 3 wins on the spin. 

It wasn’t a comfortable victory however as Fulham proved to be an awkward opponent having taken the  lead early on and showed threat throughout.

The visitors took the lead early after Pereira fired into the roof of the net with only 5 minutes played, after a lapse from our defence and Fabianski caught out with the strike at an angle.

It knocked the proceedings as West Ham suddenly looked a side desperate to correct the early disadvantage, which seems to play into Fulhams hands.

Despite this David Moyes side always looked the more threatening, with Scamacca guilty of missing chances you’d usually expect to see the back of the net.

But on the half hour mark, some strange tactics from the Cottagers gifted West Ham an equaliser, with Dawson being pulled to the ground by goalscorer Pereira.

Jarrod Bowen converted from the spot to pull things level at the break, to set the tone that this was a game there still very much up for grabs.

Fulham however started brightly but West Ham always held a huge attacking threat. The link up play on the counter really showed a thing to come, and after 20 minutes after the restart, we were ahead.

Paqueta once again found Scamacca who produced a stunning chip beyond the Fulham keeper, and after much exhausting VAR checks it was deemed a goal.

Nerves however kicked in as the visitors didn’t lie down, with Fulham demonstrating their abilities after a positive start to a season for a promoted side.

However Antonio, on for Scamacca, wrapped up the win after a scruffy battle to fire home and send David Moyes’ Hammers onto a 3rd straight win in all competitions.

It wasn’t the prettiest, but this is another big step in West Ham getting the campaign on track and start looking further up the table.