LONDON (AP) – Manuel Lanzini scored twice before West Ham held a late fightback from Crystal Palace to win 3-2 in the Premier League on Saturday.
Two goals in the first three minutes of the game helped West Ham take control of the London derby with Michail Antonio’s ninth goal of the season opening the scoring in the 22nd minute before Manuel Lanzini made a fine finish.
Lanzini added a second from the penalty spot in the first half’s break, but there was a tense finish after Odsonne Edouard pulled one back in the 83rd and Michael Olise struck a net in the 90th.
West Ham held on to celebrating two years in charge of David Moyes with a win and move within a point of the top four.
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