Slaven Bilic was left clinging to his job after yet another defeat to leave West Ham fighting relegation.

Two goals from Mo Salah, another from Joel Matip and a first Premier League strike for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain extended the Irons winless streak to four games.

The demolition means West Ham’s nine-point haul matches their tally after 11 games from 2010-11 when they were relegated.

Salah opened the scoring after 21 minutes after a lightning-quick counter-attack from a West Ham corner.

Matip added the second three minutes later, prodding the ball home after the Hammers failed to clear a corner.

Manuel Lanzini gave West Ham hope of a revival when he netted from close range ten minutes after half time. But Liverpool re-established their two-goal advantage with 55 SECONDS through Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Salah lashed in his second with 15minutes left to complete Liverpool’s first back to back league wins since August.

Source: Daily Mirror

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