West Ham beat Manchester United 3-1 at The London Stadium to move up to 13th in the Premier League.
Goals from Felipe Anderson, Andriy Yarmolenko and Marko Arnautovic saw West Ham to victory yesterday.
It was a magnificent team performance from a West Ham side who are getting better and better.
And here are the best moments of the game in pictures.
Difficult afternoon for De Gea
David De Gea is considered by many to be among the best goalkeepers in the world.
But there was nothing he could do as he had to pick the ball out of his net three times against the Hammers.
The Spain international was ruthlessly exposed by his defenders and West Ham took full advantage.
Woes for Jose Mourinho
West Ham’s win over Man United will not do anything to dampen the speculation surrounding Jose Mourinho’s future.
The Portuguese manager is running out of time at Old Trafford after a poor start to the season.
And it was another tough day at the office for him, summed up by him passing the blame in his post-match press conference.
West Ham were solid at the back
West Ham largely nullified the threat of Romelu Lukaku, who normally torments the Hammers.
Instead, Issa Diop and Fabian Balbuena’s partnership at the back continues to blossom.
New signings are gelling
It took a while for the new signings to get going. But now Felipe Anderson and Andriy Yarmolenko are in great form.
Anderson picked up his first goal for the Hammers with an innovative flick.
And Yarmolenko will claim his third goal of the season, although it was probably a Victor Lindelof own goal.
Paul Pogba’s troubles continue
Paul Pogba and Mourinho had a training ground spat in the week and everyone has seen it.
Would Pogba bounce back and prove his doubters wrong? No was the answer.
The France international was stripped of his captaincy and had a terrible game until he was substituted in the second-half.
Arnie is back from injury
West Ham missed Arnautovic’s threat up front last week. But the Austrian is back in full form.
He scored West Ham’s third and now has four goals in six Premier League matches.
Most importantly of all, West Ham are showing great team spirit.
Everyone is playing for the badge and this is summed up by this picture.