Felipe Anderson double gives West Ham victory over Burnley in six-goal thriller

The West Ham Way is a nebulous concept that provokes both debate and derision but, in the absence of a clear definition, this match could be a useful primer. Most people in a crowd of more than 56,000 certainly seemed to enjoy the manner of this victory, even if the scoreline should have been more emphatic. The club’s record signing, Felipe Anderson, netted twice, while the excellent Marko Arnautovic struck once and Javier Hernández topped off an entertaining performance in stoppage time.

It was surprising that it took so long to settle the matter, as Burnley were wretched for parts of this game but remained in touch thanks to goals by Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Chris Wood.

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