Michail Antonio scored one and assisted another as he became West Ham United’s joint-leading Premier League goalscorer in their 4-2 comeback victory at Newcastle United.
The striker matched Paolo Di Canio’s record total of 47 PL goals for the club to seal a fightback from 2-1 down.
Callum Wilson’s ninth goal in 11 league matches against West Ham put Newcastle ahead on five minutes. He headed in from Allan Saint-Maximin’s cross following some dazzling trickery by the winger.
West Ham levelled on 18 minutes when Aaron Cresswell’s low strike squirmed in across a crowded penalty area.
Newcastle retook the lead before half-time with Jacob Murphy’s header from a Matt Ritchie cross.
Said Benrahma headed the Hammers’ second equaliser on 53 minutes from Antonio’s cross.
West Ham struck twice in three minutes to seal their win.
Antonio saw his penalty saved by top-flight debutant Freddie Woodman, but Tomas Soucek converted the rebound on 63 minutes.
Antonio made up for his miss by smashing in a fourth from Benrahma’s assist.