Liverpool walloped West Ham United 4 – 0 to remain competitive in the race to finish at the Top four in the names of booking a place in the champions League next season.
Daniel Sturridge for the first time since the beginning of the year started from the first eleven and got chance to open the scores by Philippe Coutinho’s help at the 35th minute.
The Brazilian wonder kid went to banging his own after Georginio Wijnaldum hit the bar and somehow turned out to be a blessing in disguise for the Kops as Coutinho still had to put the ball at the back of the net.
The 24-year-old attacking midfielder completed a brace after James Milner’s corner that found its way to Wijnaldum who intern helped Coutinho to fire from the center of the box to the center of the goal.
Divock Origi made the final statement with an assist from Wijnaldum, from a close range, the 27-year-old Belgian striker with his right foot shot to the bottom right corner of the post to change the score on the board to four.
Philip Coutinho outshined all the 21 players with his assist and two goals in the pitch hence won man of the match. The victory puts Liverpool in quite a clear cut position for the slot others are fighting for however absolute confidence will be after a win against Middleborough on the final day of the season.
West Ham who ended Tottenham’s title hopes a week ago, experience unexpected total frustration in the game from the results and now seats 12th on the table with 42 points after 27 games played.
The hammers only game left shall be away against Burnley on 21st May at the Turf Moor stadium.
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