That's it! Newcastle hold on for a big three points which moves them four points clear of safety. West Ham booed by those home fans who remain.
Almost there... ball into the Newcastle box... Martin Dubravka grabs the ball and drops to the ground hugging it tightly.
West Ham drinking in the last chance saloon. Felipe Anderson down the left... cross... blocked and cleared.
DeAndre Yedlin goes down in his own box and says he is injured...
Newcastle break through Andy Carroll, who holds up the ball and picks out Miguel Almiron. Corner flag a better option? Yes. The Paraguayan fluffs his lines and is crowded out.
Everyone bar Roberto in Newcastle's half. jingle jangle. How are your nerves Newcastle fans?
And we have five minutes of added time. Maybe the thousands of Hammers fans who have left might be regretting it...
West Ham really need to do something NOW...
Here's Andy Carroll...
Not sure the leaving home fans will beat the rush because the exodus has already started. Not many left in the home stands.
Here is Paul Dummett. The Wales defender comes on for Jetro Willems. The sign is being turned, the shop is being shut.
Even better news for Newcastle fans... Southampton have just gone 2-1 behind. That means Newcastle will be four points clear of the bottom three as it stands.
Newcastle look to be preparing Paul Dummett...
Joelinton bagging a goal would be the icing on the cake for the visitors. The Brazilian has a pop from distance with a shot which rises over the bar. It was close but not quite right.
Instead it is the visitors who look likely to get the next goal. Jonjo Shelvey picks out the box-fresh Christian Atsu, who could be through on goal, only to decide to slow things down and go towards the corner flag.
If West Ham are going to set up a grandstand finish then they'd better get a second goal quick sharp.
Miguel Almiron's Newcastle career in a nutshell here: a pacy run creates an opportunity, which quickly ends with a wayward end product.
This time it is a shot lashed high into Row M.
Waste. Aaron Cresswell stalls the Hammers momentum with a sliced cross over the bar.
The Allan Saint-Maximin show is over. The Frenchman takes a whack and is replaced by Christian Atsu. Standing ovation from the away end and a man-hug from Steve Bruce.
West Ham have stuck one foot on the slope but it is still a mountain to climb.
Hammers defender Fabian Balbuena has been a real nuisance at set-pieces and is perfectly placed to bundle in with his knee following Sebastian Haller's flick on.