West Ham coach Edin Terzic reacts on Twitter after Everton comeback completes 'crazy week'

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West Ham United beat Everton 3-2 on Saturday afternoon.

West Ham United made it three wins in seven days on Saturday, coming from behind to beat Everton 3-2 away at Goodison Park.

The Hammers had already beaten Sunderland and Tottenham, both with 1-0 scorelines, before heading north to Merseyside to take on Roberto Martinez' Toffees side.

Romelu Lukaku put Everton in front in the first half before Kevin Mirallas was sent off, though Aaron Lennon made a mockery of their numerical disadvantage, putting Everton 2-0 up after half time.

Lukaku then saw a penalty saved, and West Ham took charge from there. Michail Antonio's third goal in as many games brought them back into the match, before Diafra Sakho equalised and Dimitri Payet swooped to win the game in injury time.

It was a quite stunning fightback from West Ham, who remain just one point off the Champions League places after a stunning campaign under manager Slaven Bilic.

One of Bilic's aides, first team coach Edin Terzic, took to Twitter after the game to post messages of celebration to the club's loyal fans.

Terzic noted the spirit and togetherness of the West Ham team, adding that such a remarkable win capped off a 'crazy week' for the Hammers, who can celebrate three wins in a row, and more importantly, major progress under Bilic ahead of their big move to the Olympic Stadium this summer.

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