That's your lot. Go on, get to bed. It's a school night.
West Ham United
West Ham boss David Moyes to BBC Sport: "It was a game we deserved to win. It was a bit difficult in the end but we played really well. We created opportunities and didn't take them. Overall we did a really good job.
"Michail Antonio made a great impact. He's come back in good condition, good shape. A couple of times he took on opportunities when he should have passed. He's a big influece in the team and we're glad to have him back.
"We didn't deserve to go 1-0 down. I thought we started well and were the better team. We gave away a cheap penalty kick. Great resilience, credit to the players that we got the goal back quickly.
"I'm hoping with four games to go people still talk about us and the Champions League. We want to take it down to the final day and try to sneak in. It will probably need us to win all four games. Europe would be an incredible achievement. I think I'll be disappointed if we don't get there now.
"Most of the games this season we've played very well. We've missed some players through injury which has affected us. We'll keep going, we're not going away."
Burnley boss Sean Dyche, speaking to Sky Sports: "A good game played at a quick tempo, both going at it. They are chasing Champions League spot and we are trying to look after ourselves. We didn't go too far wrong. Our level of performance has been good. Overall they were the stronger side.
"We didn't stop the crosses enough, especially first half. Transition was a big thing. We gave the ball away too often to a side with a lot of danger.
"Thing for me is levels and we have had that right for a while. Against good sides you need to perform. We weren't a million miles off. They were good and sometimes you need to hold your hands up."
West Ham United
West Ham boss David Moyes to Sky Sports: "The team played really well. We won 2-1 but I felt it was a lot more than that. We rode our luck at the end but we should have been out of sight.
"I'd love to be in Europe. It would be an incredible achievement. We're not far away from the Champions League positions. We've got to keep believing.
On Said Benrahma: "He played well tonight but he's still got more consistency to come. Asking boys to be successful in their first season in the Premier League isn't easy. I'm hoping he adds that [goals and assists] to us. I always felt it would take him a bit longer. He is a really good team player.
"Four games to go, it's great. I want to smile about it. I've been here before - we'll probably have to win the four games. If we played the way we played tonight we'll give most teams a game."
Burnley boss Sean Dyche, speaking to BBC Sport: "I've got to be honest, they are good outfit. They are chasing Champions League football and looked like it. They have pace and play good on the transition.
"Second half was pretty strong but they are a good side. It was on show. We have not gone far wrong. Too soft goals, especially the second but a lot to be pleased with. The first one is a breakaway. The second we don't read the cross. More disappointed with that. I don't want to be overly critical.
"We are never a million miles away. They just had more ability tonight. I am not worried to much about all your stats and facts. They are all important games. Our focus stays the same and the next one if the most important. I don't look like I panic a lot. We have come a long way."
West Ham United
West Ham forward Michail Antonio to Sky Sports: "Buzzing to be fair. It's been a great season. I've over the moon. I'm a bit disappointed not to get a hat-trick, I had chances.
"This is a very tough place to come. You dread coming here."
On muted celebrations: "I've had a couple of goals disallowed by VAR. I thought I don't want to be there doing a dance and the goal gets disallowed. I've toned down my celebrations. A couple of times I've been about to do one and a handball or whatever, VAR has killed it."
"It would be unbelievable [to qualify for Champions League]. Everybody wants to play in the Champions League. I have been here a few years and there have been so many seasons we were fighting to stay in the league and now we have the opportunity for top four. We are not going to give up on it, it's a dream come true. We will keep fighting, keep pushing."
Burnley defender Ben Mee to Sky Sports: "We just didn't quite do enough. We were huffing and puffing a bit and it didn't drop for us.
"Good start. We could have done better on both those crosses [for West Ham's goals]. Their front three caused us some problems.
"We came in full of confidence after Sunday [4-0 win over Wolves]. We were well up for this game."
Former Sheffield United midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live
A fabulous game. Burnley contributed early on but West Ham reacted well. 22 shots tells you everything about the away team peformance. A well, well deserved result and they have really put the pressure on the top four.
Burnley's defeat keeps the slim survival hopes of Fulham and West Brom alive for another week.
The Cottagers host the Clarets on the 10th. That'll be fun.
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The Hammers hold on. They shouldn't have had to with the number of chances, but the deserved win is theirs.
They go above Spurs and into fifth.
Soucek gets his head to the ball to clear the initial delivery. It is swung back in towards Pope, but he can't get a telling touch.
The keeper is called into action again soon after, gathering a pass in the centre circle to start another attack that fizzles out.
Burnley win a corner.
Nick Pope is up.
One minute of the added three gone. Burnley on the ball, desperately looking for a way in.
The England winger is found in the box on an angle from a breakaway. His shot is on target, but blocked by the home keeper.
We're into injury time. Three minutes of it.
West Ham stand tall to repel another Burnley corner.
It is Diop again with the header. He's won plenty in the air this second half.
The Burnley wall does its job to block Cresswell's free-kick.
And another yellow. Gudmundsson now booked for fouling Bowen near the edge of his own box.
Two yellows in the space of a minute. The latest is for Craig Dawson for time wasting.
Ashley Barnes is on for Burnley. Chris Wood departs.
Lingard does his side a big favour, winning a free-kick near halfway that also brings Ben Mee a booking.