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Suarez inspires Liverpool’s victory over Hammers

The Premier League’s top scorer followed up his four goals against Norwich with another one today.

IN-FORM STRIKER Luis Suarez scored again as Liverpool beat West Ham 4-1 at Anfield and went second in the Premier League table.

A Guy Demel own-goal put Brendan Rodgers’ side in front just before half-time and France defender Mamadou Sakho scored his first Liverpool goal just after the break. Martin Skrtel’s own goal gave West Ham hope, but Suarez struck 10 minutes from time for his 14th league goal of the season.

The Uruguayan’s shot then deflected in off Joey O’Brien to seal Liverpool’s fifth successive home win, a run in which they have scored 20 goals. West Ham also had skipper Kevin Nolan sent off for a late challenge on Jordan Henderson as their wait for a first win at Anfield for 50 years continues.

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