Video: Proof the West Ham way is still alive under Slaven Bilic

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic and a bubble

Proof that the 'West Ham way' is still very much alive and kicking under Slaven Bilic has been posted out on the club's official Facebook account.

West Ham United's Manuel Lanzini celebrates scoring their first goalWest Ham United's Manuel Lanzini celebrates scoring their first goal

West Ham United won on their travels to London rivals Crystal Palace for the third consecutive season when Manuel Lanzini's strike secured a 1-0 victory at the weekend.

It was only West Ham's second win of the season and a vital one too as it lifted Slaven Bilic's side out of the relegation zone and eased the pressure on him and his team after their worst start to a Premier League season.

West Ham United manager Slaven BilicWest Ham United manager Slaven Bilic

Bilic has been a man under pressure but the morale-boosting victory has breathed new life and renewed hope into the club's faltering season.

The club's struggles are in sharp contrast to last season when they bid farewell to their beloved Boleyn with their best ever Premier League points total and a first positive goal difference since 1986.

This season, though, Bilic has seen his decisions, tactics, selections and philosophy questioned for the first time since his return to East London, where he made his name as a player under Harry Redknapp.

West Ham United's Adrian, Dimitri Payet and team mates look dejectedWest Ham United's Adrian, Dimitri Payet and team mates look dejected

Accusations that Bilic had lost the dressing room, was tactically inept, had allowed complacency to creep in and was no longer brave enough to impose the fabled West Ham way on teams have been made by pundits and fans alike.

Former Hammer Trevor Sinclair even suggested Bilic spent too much time concentrating on his summer job with ITV at the Euros and neglected to focus on sound player recruitment.

West Ham United's Manuel Lanzini celebrates scoring their first goal with Aaron Cresswell and teammatesWest Ham United celebrate their slick winner after a 17-pass move

But proof, if it were needed, that the West Ham way is still very much alive and kicking comes in this fantastic time-lapse video posted on the club's official Facebook page which shows the brilliant 17-pass move which resulted in Lanzini's goal at Selhurst Park.

The video, which was viewed over 150,000 times in less than four hours, will be a great source of pride for Hammers fans everywhere.

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