West Ham was unlucky to win at Anfield after they produce the lead at 54th minutes before Mohammed Salah equalise to level the Reds at 68th minutes. Sadio Mane stole the show at 81st minutes that gave Liverpool the lead that end the five goals thriller.
Liverpool took an early lead when Fabianski failed to deal with a routine Georginio Wijnaldum header but David Moyes’ side showed great character to hit back through Issa Diop’s header, which should also have been kept out by Alisson.
The Hammers – whose fans staged protests against the club’s owners throughout – threatened to inflict Liverpool’s first league defeat this term when they led midway through the second half.
Victory means Liverpool equal the English top-flight record of 18 successive wins, set by Manchester City from August to December 2017, with Jurgen Klopp’s side last dropping points in a 1-1 draw with Manchester United in October.