It was truly the most enjoyable second half of the season for West Ham United, as they exploded with three goals in the final interval to blow out Huddersfield Town 4-1 at the John Smith Stadium Saturday afternoon.
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The Austria global created the opener for Mark Noble midway through the first half, only for Joe Lolley to level things up with his first league goal of the campaign.
However, it was West Ham who broke the deadlock just before the half hour after a mistake by Lolley from Lossl's short goal kick. Lolley was at fault for Noble's goal, giving away possession on the edge of his area.
Huddersfield rallied, however, and David Wagner's team could have equalised when Ince and striker Laurent Depoitre combined, but the chance was wasted when the former's across had too much pace for his French teammate.
A seventh Premier League defeat in eight games looked likely for Marco Silva's side after James Ward-Prowse scored twice, but Andre Gray set up a thrilling finale, with Doucoure eventually scoring, although video replays suggested the ball had been handled into the net.
Marko Arnautovic restored the Irons' lead just 11 seconds after the restart before a brace from Manuel Lanzini sealed victory, which lifted them up to 11th in the table, five points clear of the drop zone. The 28-year-old played Lanzini through before the midfielder slotted the visitor's third.
The Austria worldwide was instrumental in the game and created the next two goals, both finished by Manuel Lanzini to give West Ham the three points. A hopeful ball forward from kick-off was flicked on by Cheikhou Kouyate and Arnautovic showed his skills with a clever flick over Tommy Smith before firing past Lossl at the near post.