Michail Antonio earned West Ham a point against league leaders Liverpool in the Monday night Premier League clash at The London Stadium.

West Ham trailed to a dubious Sadio Mane goal, which should have been ruled out as James Milner was offside in the build-up.

But before half-time, the Hammers hit back as Antonio finished off a clever training ground move from a free-kick.

West Ham had chances to win it but it was a well-deserved point in the end, halting Liverpool’s charge towards the title in the process.

One West Ham player had yet another eye-catching game: Felipe Anderson produced a masterclass to help the Irons gain a point. We take a look at Anderson’s performance in numbers, as per Who Scored.

Performance in numbers: Felipe Anderson vs. Liverpool

Felipe Anderson caused Liverpool problems all evening. (Photo by Avril Husband/West Ham United via Getty Images)

Anderson caused Liverpool right-back Milner problems all night with his pace, skill and direct approach.

 

The once-capped Brazilian international completed three dribbles, had a pass success rate of over 80 per cent and provided four key passes for team-mates.

One of those key passes was finished off by Antonio, providing Anderson with a well-deserved assist for a clever pass from a free-kick.

The 25-year-old also drew two fouls and had 66 touches – more than any other West Ham player on the field. With three interceptions and two tackles as well, Anderson did his defensive duty.

It was no surprise to see West Ham’s £36m club-record signing (BBC Sport) win Who Scored’s man of the match.

Anderson goes from strength to strength at West Ham. He now has nine goals and three assists as he continues to justify his price tag.

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