West Ham picked up a well-deserved win over Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday as they won 4-2 in front of their home fans.
The Hammers dominated the game and were worthy winners, despite some nervy moments.
Marko Arnautovic opened the scoring in the 10th minute, before Gudmundsson levelled the scores on the stroke of half-time.
Felipe Anderson restored West Ham’s lead, only for Chris Wood to level for Burnley again.
However, goals from Anderson and Javier Hernandez in the last ten minutes secured the three points.
Here is how we rated the Hammers…
Lukasz Fabianski: 6
Had little to do all game, had no chance with either goal.
Pablo Zabaleta: 8
Exceptional down the right. Fought hard and defended well.
Issa Diop: 7
Solid enough at the back.
Fabian Balbuena: 7
Made some excellent tackles, but may be annoyed with the nature of Burnley’s first goal.
Aaron Cresswell: 6
Not really in the game. Did little wrong, but offered next to nothing.
Declan Rice: 7
Anchored the midfield well yet again.
Pedro Obiang: 6
Did what he needed to do. Average display.
Robert Snodgrass: 7
Very good in the first-half, but tailed off slightly in the second.
Grady Diangana: 8
Was excellent whenever he got the ball. Picked up an assist and looked a constant threat.
Felipe Anderson: 9
Scored twice and was superb.
Marko Arnautovic: 8
Took his 5th goal of the season well, solid performance from the big man.