This Sunday, November 7, West Ham gave the surprise by defeating Liverpool 3-2 at the end of the eleventh day of the Premier League. With this result, the streak of Jurgen Klop came to an end, who had 25 games with his club without losing in all official competitions.
The Londoners outperformed their rivals on duty in the standings by taking third place by one point more than the Reds (fourth place). West Ham equal in points with Manchester City, but ‘Pep’ Guardiola’s team retains second place thanks to goal difference. In addition, now, the Liverpool executioner is placed three of the leader Chelsea.
There hasn't been much to celebrate in West Ham, especially in the five years that have passed since they moved to the London Olympic Stadium. It's not the ideal home, reconfigured around a running track, but coach David Moyes has them excited about big things.
The truth is that this defeat hit a Liverpool that has been wearing everything lately. In fact, it comes from winning all its Champions League matches, against hierarchical rivals, and sealed its pass to the next instance of the competition, even securing first place in the group.