The Nigerian duo of Emmanuel Emenike and Victor Moses as well as their West Ham teammates have set a new record with their club after their big win over West Brom on Saturday.
The victory (0-3) which was the biggest among the games already decided on Saturday ensured that West Ham took their points tally to 59-two more than their best ever haul of 57 points in 1989
Emenike and Moses were part of the show as the Hammers stunned West Brom 0-3 away from home.
While Emenike came in as a 66th substitute for Diafra Sakho, Victor Moses waited till the 88th minute before coming in for Dimtri Payet.
Two goals from Mark Noble helped the Hammers to the fantastic win that has seen them move into fifth place in the Premier League table, although Manchester United could regain that spot on Sunday with a positive result against Leicester City.
With two more games still to be stayed, Moses and Emenike as well as their West Ham teammates have a very good chance on improving on the record already set.
In other games, Newcastle United gave their survival hopes a big boost as they secured all three points against Crystal Palace; beating them by a lone goal at St. James Park.
Andros Townsend’s stunning free kick helped the Magpies to momentarily climb out of the relegation zone. The crucial victory has taken them one point clear of the drop zone with only two games of their season remaining.
At the Britannia, Stoke City and Sunderland ended their tie 1-1 while at the Goodison Park Everton ended seven-match win-less streak with a 2-1 win over AFC Bournemouth.
At Vicarage road, Asto Villa attempted a rare upset but Watford survive the scare to beat the relegated side 3-2 courtesy of two late goals from Troy Deeney.
Everton 2 – 1 AFC Bournemouth
Newcastle United 1 – 0 Crystal Palace
Stoke City 1 – 1 Sunderland
Watford 3 – 2 Aston Villa
West Bromwich Albion 0 – 3 West Ham United
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