Photos: West Ham owner David Sullivan celebrates Anfield triumph, Mark Noble bemused by red card

The Hammers were comfortable winners at Anfield.

West Ham United completed yet another away day coup in the Premier League this season, by beating Liverpool at Anfield 3-0.

Both teams had a player sent off, Philippe Coutinho and Mark Noble getting their marching orders.

Goals from Manuel Lanzini, Noble and Diafra Sakho did the trick for The Hammers who added this win to their triumph over Arsenal earlier in the campaign.It was a ruthless counter-attacking display which saw Liverpool dominate possession, but not manage to take their chances when they fell to them.

West Ham were obviously delighted with the result. Hammers co-chairman David Sullivan was pictured celebrating the victory by performing the Iron salute with his sons Jack and Dave.

As for Mark Noble, there is no doubt he was perplexed by his dismissal. He was given his marching orders in the 78th minute but was clearly bemused by the red.

When West Ham scored their third and final goal, some Hammers fans could not contain their excitement, and entered the Anfield pitch.

For Liverpool it was a disappointing day at the office as they lost their first game of the new season.

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