West Ham United star Michail Antonio went all Liverpool as he brilliantly trolled teammate Aaron Cresswell.

West Ham cruised to a comfortable 2-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday.

Goals in either half for Andriy Yarmolenko and former Liverpool youth team player Cresswell were enough to see off the Red Devils.

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West Ham in cruise control

Both West Ham goals were top drawer. But it was Cresswell who caught the eye with a stunning free-kick into the top corner from 25 yards out.

The goal sent the London Stadium into raptures.

It also re-opened the inquest into all things Manchester United as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comes under renewed pressure.

The win briefly put the Hammers up to fourth before Arsenal’s late win over Aston Villa saw them drop to fifth on goals scored in the fledgling table.

West Ham fans are flying high at the moment.

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Hammers spirit bubbling

And the spirit in the squad is fantastic too.


As evidenced by injured forward Antonio’s hilarious reaction to teammate Cresswell’s stunning free-kick which sealed the deal for Manuel Pellegrini’s side.

Hammers joker Antonio is keeping his spirits high despite being ruled out until after Christmas.

And he took to Twitter to troll Cresswell with a voiceover impersonation of the left-back as he struck the free-kick, complete with a dodgy Liverpudlian accent.

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Joker Antonio goes all Liverpool to take the Michail

“If you listen closely, you can hear exactly what Aaron Cresswell said just before his freekick,” Antonio said.

“I’m working on the accent! #StickItInTheBins #BeastMoves.”

Growing up a Liverpool fan that goal would have been extra sweet for Cresswell against the Red Devils.

Although in truth Manchester United are a million miles away from competing with Liverpool at the moment after the Anfield side maintained their perfect start to the season with a sixth win from six against Chelsea on Sunday night.

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