West Ham picked up their third league win of the season on Saturday, beating Burnley 4-2 at home.

Burnley travelled to the London Stadium and did not make life easy for West Ham with their physical approach.

Sean Dyche’s men twice bounced back from behind to draw the scores level.

Johann Berg Gudmunsson struck just before half-time to rule out Marko Arnautovic’s opener. And then Chris Wood’s 77th minute made it 2-2 after Felipe Anderson had grabbed West Ham’s second.

But Anderson scored his second of the game to put West Ham ahead. And this time, the Irons held on.

Javier Hernandez came off the bench to add gloss to the scoreline and net his first Premier League goal of the season.

Here are a selection of the best pictures from Saturday’s win over Burnley.

Lest we forget

There was a minute’s silence observed before kick-off. (photo by John Patrick Fletcher/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Before the game, it was time to remember and silently reflect.

It was a joint remembrance ceremony before the game. Not only did both teams and their fans honour the British soldiers to fall during the war, there was also some reflection for the tragedy that occurred last weekend.

Leicester City’s owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was killed as his helicopter crashed shortly after leaving the game against West Ham.

The players, playing staff and fans all immaculately observed the silence before the game.

Arnautovic returns

Marko Arnautovic celebrates in front of James Tarkowski after scoring the opener. (Photo by Alex Broadway/Getty Images)

Marko Arnautovic missed last weekend’s trip to Leicester. But he returned with a bang in this match.

After just 10 minutes, the Austrian latched onto a poor back-pass by James Tarkowski and confidently buried it past Joe Hart.

And in classic Arnautovic style, he let Tarkowski know his full feelings with his celebration.

Arnie could have had more if not for ex-West Ham man Hart but his all-round performance was excellent.

And the talisman’s presence on the field seems to lift the other players.

Anderson’s Brazilian magic

Felipe Anderson twice put West Ham ahead in the second-half of this game. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Felipe Anderson has received criticism in recent weeks. But he silenced his critics with an excellent display.

The silky Brazilian scored twice to set West Ham on their way to victory.

 

And if not for the woodwork and a Ben Mee goal-line clearance, Anderson could have had more.

Hammers fans will be hoping for more of this stuff from their record signing.

Chicharito back in the goals

Javier Hernandez scored his first Premier League goal of the season. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Javier Hernandez is another player who has received criticism lately.

The Mexico international was dropped back to the bench as Arnautovic returned.

But he got on the score sheet in injury time to put this game to bed. A long ball by Anderson was chested down by Michail Antonio and Chicharito did well.

His first touch set up the opportunity and Hart had no chance with a composed finish. If only Hernandez did this more often.

Diangana is the new star

Grady Diangana caught the eye with a special display in midfield. (Photo by James Griffiths/West Ham United via Getty Images)

It was a fantastic team performance on the weekend. But Grady Diangana has really stepped up since breaking into the first-team.

The 20-year-old was arguably man of the match on Saturday. Starting on the right wing, he terrorised the Burnley defence, picked up an assist and should have won a penalty.

This boy is going to be a special talent.

Declan Rice is a Hammer

Declan Rice is yet to sign a new contract at West Ham but he plays with such passion. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

There has been a lot of media discussion about Declan Rice’s contract situation.

The 19-year-old is earning low wages yet he is one of the most important players in this West Ham team.

He was excellent once again, showing maturity beyond his years, and he has a big future.

And there is no questioning his passion. Rice loves playing for West Ham and he needs to be given a new deal.

Happy Hammers

West Ham fans were delighted with the three points. (photo by John Patrick Fletcher/Action Plus via Getty Images)

At last, West Ham fans had something to celebrate. It was only the club’s second Premier League home win of the season.

There were plenty of happy Hammers by the time the full-time whistle went on Saturday afternoon.

Team spirit

West Ham players all huddle around Felipe Anderson after the third goal. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

West Ham’s team seems to be gelling well and there is no doubting that there is a team spirit there.

And this picture sums up the mood perfectly after West Ham pick up three points.

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