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Liverpool moved up to second in the table ahead of Manchester United's game against Chelsea on Sunday as they beat West Ham 4-1 at Anfield.
The home side started at a blistering pace and were almost ahead within three minutes as Mohamed Salah created space and fizzed an angled strike past keeper Adrian but saw it come back off the post.
West Ham hit the woodwork themselves after 16 minutes when a Marko Arnautovic chip was touched onto the bar by Loris Karius, but just before the half-hour Liverpool…
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