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West Ham hero Declan Rice celebrates Arsenal winner with fans in pub

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner work through the long list of reasons Arsenal wasn't able to get a win on the road against West Ham.
Samir Nasri assisted on Declan Rice's winner as West Ham defeated Arsenal at home for the first time since November 2006.
English Premier League: Declan Rice (48') West Ham 1-0 Arsenal

Saturday was a day to savour for new West Ham hero, Declan Rice

Rice, 20 on Monday, scored his first career goal as the Hammers beat Arsenal 1-0 in front of a club record 59,946 crowd at the London Stadium.

Rice, who can play in defence or midfield, was man of the match thanks to a swashbuckling display against Unai Emery's men.

And after the game, the academy product was pictured in the pub toasting the victory among a group of West Ham fans. 

Victory over Arsenal sure tasted sweet...

Samir Nasri shines to show Unai Emery and Arsenal what they're missing in attack

Samir Nasri assisted on Declan Rice's winner as West Ham defeated Arsenal at home for the first time since November 2006.
English Premier League: Declan Rice (48') West Ham 1-0 Arsenal

If, before Saturday's 1-0 win over Arsenal, you had informed a West Ham supporter that Samir Nasri and Marko Arnautovic would be substituted together after 70 minutes, they probably would have imagined a very different storyline. Nasri was seemingly lacking match fitness and making his first league start for the club. Arnautovic was said to be unhappy, having recently declared his intention to leave.

But, somewhat surprisingly, the pair departed to great acclaim. West Ham were 1-0 up courtesy of...

West Ham's Felipe Anderson making a strong case for a role with Tite's Brazil

Nathan Redmond's opener was cancelled out by a pair of goals from Felipe Anderson, who propelled West Ham over Southampton at St. Mary's.

The Felipe Anderson bandwagon is starting to roll.

The Brazilian, who arrived from Lazio in the summer, is suddenly exceeding expectations in his debut season with West Ham. There were fitful signs of promise in an uncertain start for him and Manuel Pellegrini's new look lineup.

After just one goal in his first 10 Premier League games, Anderson has now hit the target seven times in his last nine matches. Many of these have been match-winners -- like the pair against Southampton on Thursday night...

Halloween high jinks: Neymar gets into the spirit; Barcelona fail to frighten

The Exploding Heads bring you the chilling tale of Jose Mourinho's three-year curse and why the manager is doomed to stay at clubs for only three years for eternity.

With Halloween upon us once again, the football world has spent the day attempting to chill us to our very bones with their ghoultastic offerings -- some to greater effect than others.

- Halloween XI: Spooky selection of Premier League stars

Neymar resisted the urge to give himself a starring role, instead letting his son Davi take centre-stage.

The Brazil international's employers, Paris Saint-Germain, decided the proper course of action was to give their entire squad heart palpitations by scaring...

Sturridge shows he's not finished yet, Arnautovic ruins Man United's day

There's still a Monday night game to come but the weekend review is not lacking for talking points as Nick Miller runs through the highlights and lowlights.

Goal of the weekend

It's been a rough few years for Daniel Sturridge, with injury problems and a limp loan spell at West Brom keeping him from challenging for a place in the Liverpool team. He's back now though, scoring twice against Chelsea in a week with Saturday's effort both much more important and much better.

The frequency and...

Jose Mourinho teetering as Man United's awful week ends in West Ham woe

Jose Mourinho's in the hot seat following another disappointing performance, as Man United fell 3-1 to West Ham.
Craig Burley doesn't hold back on his feelings about Jose Mourinho and their spineless display against West Ham.
With the pressure mounting on Man United boss Jose Mourinho, he refused to blame his players after a dismal display versus West Ham.

LONDON -- Three points from West Ham's 3-1 win vs. Manchester United in the Premier League.

1. End nearing for Mourinho?

After the week that preceded this game, all Jose Mourinho needed was a quiet afternoon in east London. However, he and Manchester United rarely do things quietly and so, after Mourinho dropped Alexis Sanchez from the squad, his side conceded a goal in the sixth minute and were eventually well beaten by a West Ham side that did not even have to play that well.

It feels like Mourinho's...