Marko Arnautovic scored a fabulous goal just 11 seconds into the second half as a rampant West Ham hammered Huddersfield 4-1 at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Arnautovic’s goal came after the two sides had gone in level at the break at 1-1, with Joe Lolley cancelling out Mark Noble’s 25th-minute opener with a cracker of his own 15 minutes later.
From the re-start, the ball was played back from the centre-circle to Angelo Ogbonna who launched a hopeful ball upfield.
Cheikhou Kouyaté then flicked the ball on to Arnautovic, who deftly turned Tommy Smith before firing past Jonas Lossl…
As simple a goal as you’ll see this season, with only four touches before the Austrian received the ball.
The Hammers would score two more in the second half thanks to a brace from Manuel Lanzini, securing a result which saw David Moyes register his 200th Premier League win as a manager.
After all the criticism the Scot has received over the years, it’s nice to see him succeed (at least for the time being) with West Ham.
The win puts West Ham into a healthy 11th spot, while Huddersfield are a point behind in 13th after that unexpected home mauling.