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West Ham Utd 3 Liverpool 1

Filed: Sunday, 27th February 2011
By: Staff Writer

West Ham turned on the style with a thoroughly professional dismantling of a resurgent Liverpool side at the Boleyn this afternoon.

Goals from Scott Parker, Demba Ba and substitute Carlton Cole were enough to seal all three points and lift United off the bottom of the Premier League.

We'll have a full match report for you shortly.

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by montaz
08:24PM 27th Feb 2011
''A good win, still a long way to go for the happy Hammers to stay up. Another five wins needed then we are safe.''

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