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Summary

  1. Listen to 606 on Radio 5 live
  2. West Ham's first points of the season
  3. FT: Wolves 1-0 Burnley - Jimenez strike
  4. Burnley end the day bottom of the table

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By Emma Sanders and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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  1. Until next time...

    So, that's it from us.

    But there's plenty of cracking content across the BBC Sport website if you're not yet done with your Premier League fix.

    Read Patrick Jennings' match report after West Ham picked up their first win of the season here, or take our Premier League goalscorers quiz.

    And don't forget to tune into BBC One tonight from 22:30 BST to watch all the goals.

    Until then...

  2. 'The best gift they could give me'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    West Ham United

    And finally, more from birthday boy Manuel Pellegrini on Match of the Day: "I was not worried about my birthday today - I just wanted to win the game - it was the best gift my players could give me.

    "I think that we continued playing the same way we have done, but the best thing we did here, we went for the game from the first minute, we didn't wait for Everton to go.

    "We believe in what we are doing and we are not going to change. I said last time after we lost I will accept advice but I was not going to change what we are doing."

    On Lucas Perez: "Always when you are not winning there are a lot of stories - this week it was about the team leak. I called Lucas [Perez] to get ready to play, but [Michail] Antonio was already ready so played as I needed to make the change. I don't have any problem with the player."

  3. Post update

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    And you can see both of Andriy Yarmolenko's goals, as well as the rest of the day's action, on Match of the Day 2 tonight from 22:30 BST.

  4. I don't care who scores - Yarmolenko

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham goalscorer Andriy Yarmolenko, speaking to Match of the Day: "I am very happy for my team winning and who scores, I don't care.

    "We worked hard this week because our results have been very bad. We must show the fans that we work hard for this club."

  5. 'No problem with Perez'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    West Ham United

    More from Pellegrini on Lucas Perez, who looked set to come on for Marko Arnautovic only for Michail Antonio to be used instead: "Maybe it looks and you can think he refuses.

    "When Arnautovic was injured, I called him because he was making his warm-up, but when he was back sitting on the bench and Antonio was working I called him because he was ready.

    "I don't have any problem with the player."

  6. 'I am convinced by our way of playing'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    West Ham United

    Here's West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini, speaking to Sky Sports: "The birthday is the last thing I was thinking, I was worried about the game because I was absolutely convinced we must finish these bad results. We were unlucky to lose the last games.

    "It's easy to say we were going to change, but I was absolutely convinced this is the way. We score goals and always try to continue scoring goals.

    "I saw the players working every day of the week. We are working one way, and maybe in the match not able to repeat that. We tried to continue working during the week this way.

    "I am convinced and the players are convinced."

  7. 'We didn't play well'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    Everton

    Everton manager Marco Silva on Match of the Day: "We didn't play with enough quality to win the match.

    "We started well with good pace and intensity, but we made mistakes, and at that moment we didn't react well.

    "But even after the 1-0 we had a clear chance to score, we didn't perform well, but they had three chances and they scored three goals. We had four or five chances and we scored one goal.

    "At this level we have to take care to always be in a good position and create more chances.

    "It's a tough result for us. A club like us to lose 3-1 at home is always tough. We have to react - there's nothing more to it. We have to react to the mistakes we made."

    On Morgan Schneiderlin's early substitution: "It was a tactical change, nothing more."

    Marco Silva
  8. 'Massively disappointing'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    Everton

    Everton defender Mason Holgate on Match of the Day: "It was massively disappointing. We went in expecting to win so it's three points dropped.

    "We started well and then they scored and after that we were shaky. We would have expected to create more chances, too.

    "Losing 3-1 at home is never good enough for us, especially, with respect, against a team who didn't have any points yet.

    "I just think the whole performance was disappointing from our team point of view. But it's still early days with the new manager and I think we're good enough to turn it around."

  9. Quick stats...

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    • Since the start of 2018, only Mohamed Salah (23) has had a hand in more Premier League goals than West Ham forward Marko Arnautovic (16 - nine goals, seven assists).
    • Marko Arnautovic has been directly involved in 11 of West Ham's last 16 Premier League goals (seven goals, four assists).
    • Everton have won just one of their last 13 Premier League games played on a Sunday, with this their 10th defeat in those matches (D2).
    • West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini has won five of his seven Premier League clashes against Everton (D2) - he has faced the Toffees more times in the competition without losing than any other side.
  10. Post update

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    Mason Holgate has told Match of the Day Everton went into the match "expecting to win" and says the defeat was "massively disappointing".

    I thought the young defender started well for the Toffees, but overall they were a pretty chaotic at the back. Marco Silva will be willing new signing Yerry Mina back to fitness..

  11. 'More about the result than the performance'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham captain Mark Noble, speaking to Sky Sports: "The table looks a bit better now after our first three points.

    "We spoke openly after the Wolves game together and we had some home truths. Sometimes that's what you need, and since then we've had two hard weeks of training.

    "Today was about the result more than the performance and the three points are a massive boost for us."

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    Ar Vind: Where were this West Ham team before today. Amazing energy playing attractive football.

    Loser92: Good Lord! Didn’t see this result coming. Everton were the form side, West Ham no points. Shock of the weekend I’d say.

    West Ham celebrate
  13. 'Everyone did an unbelievable job'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham goalscorer Marko Arnautovic, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was really important for us to come back and put a performance in after our first four results.

    "We start from the goalkeeper and everyone did an unbelievable job today. The midfield was great and then it's our job to score goals.

    "[Andriy] Yarmolenko was screaming for the ball [before I provided the assist] and I'm happy for his goal. I hope it's going to be a good week now."

    On his injury: "I don't know - we need to check now. It's not my calf, it's behind my knee. We will have to see for next week because it is hurting now."

  14. Post update

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    Manuel Pellegrini is the first manager to win on his birthday in the Premier League since Arsene Wenger with Arsenal on 22 October last season - also against Everton.

    Very generous, Toffees.

  15. 'Everton don't have a goalscorer'

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    BBC Radio 5 live

    Former West Ham winger Matthew Etherington on BBC Radio 5 Live: "I thought Everton were poor on the day, West Ham by far better side. Felipe Anderson was outstanding. Arnautovic got another goal but the injury is a worry he is a big player for them. Declan Rice was amazing.

    "Everton don’t have a goalscorer, Cenk Tosun had some chances and he couldn’t score."

    Gylfi Sigurdsson
  16. Post update

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    Marko Arnautovic went off in the second half after scoring West Ham's third goal and says he felt something behind his knee.

    His reaction and that of both managers coming right up.

  17. Post update

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    So that win moves West Ham off the bottom of the table and out of the bottom three.

    Crisis averted?

    Pablo Zabaleta
  18. 'Good performances all around'

    Everton 1-3 West Ham

    Dion Dublin

    Ex-Aston Villa striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    With all the players West Ham have and their quality, every single of their players in claret and blue has played well today.

    I think West Ham to get out the mess they are in they all have to play well, not just one or two taking a ride on the back of others.