Liverpool have defeated West Ham in the Premier League to continue their push for a top-four finish, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Liverpool dominated play as the first half began pressing back West Ham into their own half.
West Ham were dangerous charging forward and were making attempts to find an early goal.
Just 12 minutes into the game, the home side took the lead with Paqueta opening the scoring for the London club.
Liverpool ramped up attempts to find an equaliser after conceding the early goal.
In the 18th minute, Gody Gakpo equalised for Liverpool to make it 1-1.
The Reds made efforts to take the lead before the first half break but ended the break on a draw.
Second Half Report
Liverpool dominated proceedings as the second half kicked off.
West Ham played second fiddle against the Merseyside club, retreating into their half as the Reds continue to mount heavy pressure.
In the 67th minute, Liverpool took the lead with Matip scoring the second goal for the Reds.
After taking the 2-1 lead, Liverpool continued to dominate proceedings and were looking set to double the lead.
They failed on attempts for a third goal as West Ham held off the pressure and made counter attempts to find an equaliser without breakthrough.
The match ended with Liverpool winning 2-1 to continue their push for a top four finish.
The win saw Liverpool close in the top four while West Ham have to continue the fight to stay off relegation as the season comes to an end with few games remaining.