West Ham hammer Leicester to top league table

Michail Antonio, second left and teammates rejoice after West Ham thrash Leicester

Michail Antonio, second left and teammates rejoice after West Ham thrash Leicester

West Ham gained control of the Premier league summit on Monday night after hammering Leicester City 4-1.

Leicester were reduced to 10 men, in the first half, after Ayoze Perez was sent off for a bad challenge on West Ham’s Pablo Fornals.

Fornals had put West Ham ahead in the 26th minute.

Then a Michail Antonio double, in the second half helped the Londoners record an impressive 4-1 win against the visitors.

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