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Summary

  1. Listen to West Ham v Chelsea on 5 live & online
  2. Arnautovic's first West Ham goal from one-two with Lanzini
  3. Moyes wins first game as boss at fifth time of asking
  4. Five 15:00 GMT games including Palace v Bournemouth & Spurs v Stoke
  5. Get Involved: Worst weather you've played or watched a game in?

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By Patrick Jennings

All times stated are UK

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'Disappointed'

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Chelsea

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, speaking to BBC Sport: "When you lose a game you must be disappointed. It is normal. I think today I saw the same game against Manchester City - West Ham. Our start was bad but today we played a bit tired. To face one game every two games always with the same players is very difficult. And we have just started this period.

"You have to move the ball quickly. But I repeat, we saw today a bit of tiredness in my players, especially in the last pass, we did a lot of mistakes.

"We must be disappointed. I repeat, we create many chances but were not able to score. We have to go and to play game by game, to be focussed. Don't forget in this league it is very difficult. There are six top teams and four go to Champions League. We have to fight and do our best."

'The win, the spirit, the team'

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West Ham United

West Ham manager David Moyes, speaking to Sky Sports: "The win, the spirit of the team, how they stuck together and more that importantly a lot of the basics were done well today, all that really pleased me.

"We wanted to try and cause them problems, we knew once they got a grip of the ball they would have more possession, so that means being well organised too and we were.

"Marko Arnautovic has been a good player. West Ham signed him to get goals and contribute towards goals, and he has started to do that, but overall the team performance is what I am interested in.

"We got a big boost from the performance at Manchester City, that was something we could talk about positively, and we do have the players to threaten in attack once we get the back end sorted out.

"I would like to play like Chelsea - some of their football was stunning. I hope my team in the future here at West Ham will play like that."

'We were well off it'

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Chelsea

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill, speaking to Sky Sports: "We were well off it, we allowed them to get the early goal, we have been tight at the back recently and that was a poor one to concede.

"We just didn't play our stuff. It's frustrating. We were just not at the races - for whatever reason that is. It's disappointing to come off and feel like that.

"I'm not one to make excuses. We do have loads of games - but if we played to our levels today we get something out of the game. But we didn't.

"West Ham of course deserve credit, but we didn't create as much as we can do.

"This was a huge game for us. We needed to win this game. We have to reflect and try and freshen up."

'A perfect three points'

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Martin Keown

Former Arsenal defender on Final Score

There have been questions as to whether David Moyes could still deliver as a manager at this level. Well, today is a tremendous result.

It shows the players believe in the new manager, and it's a perfect three points at this time.

Impressively solid Hammers

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Kevin Kilbane

Former Everton winger on Final Score

A great win for David Moyes and West Ham.

I was impressed with how solid they looked - there have been signs that the work on the training ground under Moyes has started coming to fruition.

'It means a lot'

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West Ham United

West Ham forward Marko Arnautovic, speaking to BBC Sport: "It means a lot to me. I think to give something back to the fans and to the club. I was not in an easy situation when I came because of all these things that happen like the red card and illness but the last month I did quite OK. I want to score as many as I can now.

"We are working hard but we need to keep up the level. Now is a busy month. [David Moyes] came in as new manger when we were not in a good situation. He tried to put that we work hard and help each other. We are working as a team and if we continue like that we will be hard to beat."

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David Moyes
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Doug Leyland: Relegation battlers beat the champions. That's why we love the Premier League.

Jay Barns: I don't remember the last time I saw David Moyes happy after a match.

Sophie Gayter: The Moyessiah effect.

'Amazing, amazing'

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West Ham United

West Ham forward Marko Arnautovic, speaking to Sky Sports: "We had to work hard, as a striker we had to do many other jobs as well - defence and offence.

"I can't describe my feelings, it was amazing. All the players what they did was amazing and we deserve the three points. I wanted to do it (score) on my first day at West Ham but I think I am back on track. I don't want this to be my last goal. I want to make the club happy.

"The last few weeks we have put in a lot of work but we were not always lucky. I think it is come back and the confidence is going to be high now. We beat one of the top teams. Now we have to look to go up the table."

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Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger at the London Stadium for 5 live Sport

The hosts played with eight, nine, 10 men behind the ball at times. And I wouldn't blame West Ham for taking a number of yellow cards, because in games like this you have to take a hit.

There were moments in this game when I simply wanted to stand up an applaud the way West Ham were defending.

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Chelsea Warrior: Conte making all 3 substitutions before minute 60 tells a story by itself. He got his team selection wrong today. It's happened before.

Matt Morgan: Hazard had a poor game by his standard. If he plays below par, so do Chelsea.

Moyes' glee

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Simon Stone

BBC Sport at the London Stadium

In his fifth game as West Ham manager, David Moyes has done something that eluded him in his single, torrid season at Manchester United.

Marko Arnautovic's solitary goal means he has beaten a top six club. He has not done that since he was at Everton in 2013.

He looks quite happy about it, punching the air in delight after shaking Antonio Conte's hand.

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Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger at the London Stadium for 5 live Sport

Chelsea might have had a lot more of the possession but West Ham had all the desire to win this game.

If you want to learn how to defend then watch the DVD of this game and witness the Hammers' organisation and desire.

Honestly, for large spells West Ham made Chelsea look like an ordinary side.

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Adrian lifts the match-winner Marko Arnautovic off his feet in jubilant celebration.

David Moyes' first win as West Ham manager felt ragged by the end - but it was deserved.

FULL-TIME

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That's it!

Adrian
AFP

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A foul throw from Willian!

My oh my. That would have been their last bite...

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A deep cross zips over Alvaro Morata's haircut and into Adrian's gloves.

David Moyes holds one finger up - the index.

He is showing his players: ONE minute left of the time added on.

CHANCE!

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Cesc Fabregas strikes a loose ball on the edge of the box high and wide.

Antonio Conte pinches his brow.

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Diafra Sakho is chasing everything loose in the Chelsea half but there's only so much he can do. Chelsea in total control of possession now as West Ham sit deeper and deeper.

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Winston Reid launches a loose ball long. So Chelsea can build again. What must Alvaro Morata be thinking. He will be praying for another chance to make amends.

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Chelsea look spent here.

But there are FIVE minutes added on.

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Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger at the London Stadium for 5 live Sport

It has been a brilliant, absolutely brilliant, defensive performance by West Ham. I don't think we've seen a single defensive mistake all game.

West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

Cesc Fabregas' ball is too strong for Victor Moses and Adrian gathers. He waves his side up the pitch.

ONE minute.

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Ash Jung: This game is absolutely bad for your heart. JUST. HOLD. ON.

Conte's pain

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Simon Stone

BBC Sport at the London Stadium

When Alvaro Morata missed that chance then, his manager stood on the touchline and dragged his hands down the side of his face in anguish.

Seconds later he was bending over to look at the floor in disbelief as Eden Hazard fired over.

If the champions lose this, they will be a minimum of 11, and possibly 14 points off Manchester City, which is as many as they are in front of Everton.

There would be no way back from that surely?

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Another block from Aaron Cresswell - he picks off Willian's pass. He's had a very good game the defender. Cesc Fabregas' loose touch lets the Hammers boot the ball up the pitch.

TWO minutes to play plus stoppages.

The home fans roar their side on.

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Stuart Pearce is sent to the West Ham bench with a ticking off by the referee as he booms a loose ball away from the waiting Chelsea players. He's not in a rush. The home fans love that. Honestly, he hammered it away.

Stuart Pearce
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Cesar Azpilicueta dinks over the top of the tight West Ham backline but the flag is up and Alvaro Morata won't reach it anyway.

A great run from Victor Moses in the build-up.

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Antonio Conte is bent double on the touchline as if he's about to vomit. Still his side press for the equaliser.

West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger at the London Stadium for 5 live Sport

Morata had been played played well onside and smashed the ball wide.That is the chance, that is the one Chelsea have been waiting for.

It was a one-on-one chance, and in fact Morata also missed a one-on-one in the Champions League in midweek.

Alvaro Morata
AFP

CHANCE!

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Honestly, Morata will have no idea how he missed that. Adrian was rooted to the spot and just watched as the Spaniard's shot whizzed wide.

And that's another good chance wasted!

Eden Hazard blazes over from the edge after a Morata lay-off. Snatched at it badly.

HUGE MISS

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N'Golo Kante - brilliant link-up with Alvaro Morata on the edge of the box.

WHAT A CHANCE.

Morata blazes wide with the goal to aim at, about 12 yards out.

Is that it for Chelsea?

Alvaro Morata
AFP

West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

Eden Hazard is dispossessed. One trick too many, or one too few.

West Ham break.

Andre Ayew can play in Diafro Sakho with a good through ball but he gets it horribly wrong.

West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger at the London Stadium for 5 live Sport

This is the single best atmosphere I've witnessed since West Ham relocated to this massive stadium. It does help when the hosts play well...

West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

Andre Ayew is played in by Diafro Sakho. His first touch is to drive down the line, this is a game of rugby - territory and defence - for the Hammers from here on in.

West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

Some frustrated Chelsea fans out there feeling what their manager is acting out on the side of the pitch. Hands on hips, Antonio Conte looks edgy - a bit like his players too. This has been far from their fluid, confident best.

TEN minutes to go now.

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SUBSTITUTION

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It'll be Andre Ayew coming on to replace Michail Antonio, who limps the 10 yards to the touchline.

Not a defensive move by any means that.

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Michail Antonio looks absolutely spent here.

He's gone down - his legs have just given up.

David Moyes motions to the bench.

Antonio Conte cannot abide this break in play.