A goal from 19-year-old, Man of the Match, Declan Rice was enough to earn West Ham a first win at home against Arsenal in 13 years.
West Ham dominated much of the game, and Arsenal struggled to break their stubborn defence.
It was a well-deserved victory for the Hammers, who moved into the top half of the table.
Here are our player ratings for the winners.
West Ham player ratings: Arsenal (H)
Lukasz Fabianski - 7
Fabianski was rarely troubled by the Arsenal attack, but stayed focused throughout, making one notable first-half save.
Pablo Zabaleta - 7
Another top match for the evergreen Zabaleta. The defender was sound defensively and threating going forward.
Issa Diop - 8
It was a strong performance from Diop, who dealt with Arsenal’s attacking players with ease at times
Angelo Ogbonna - 7
Ogbonna helped Diop in ensuring Arsenal didn’t have any clear cut opportunities.
Arron Cresswell -7
A consistent threat going forward and a rock at the back. Cresswell dealt with his opponents superbly and prevented Aubameyang from having a clear shot on goal.
Declan Rice - 9
An outstanding performance from the teenager, and a goal to remember. Rice won the game for West Ham at both ends of the pitch. The defender-turned-midfielder won the ball back 10 times and scored a very good goal too.
Mark Noble - 8
Noble’s performance was rather overshadowed by his midfield partner, but the Hammers’ captain was instrumental, tenacious and determined throughout. Did brilliantly to keep the ball whilst being kicked repeatedly!
Michail Antonio- 6
Antonio was a threat in the first half, but tailed off a little in the second period.
Samir Nasri - 8
It was a brilliant Premier League comeback from Nasri against his former club. Lively, creative and highly involved from the word go. The assist for Rice topped off a very strong performance.
Felipe Anderson - 7
Anderson struggled to get near the Arsenal goal, but was instrumental and involved throughout. Helped out defensively. A tireless performance.
Marco Arnautovic - 6
A few decent touches were the strongest part of Arnautovic’s game today. Didn’t fully get going.
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