Liverpool suffered their first defeat in 25 Premier League matches Sunday, losing 3-2 against West Ham United.

West Ham took an early lead in the fourth minute at London Stadium as Liverpool goalie Alisson Becker swung at and mostly missed a West Ham corner kick with his fist, resulting in an own goal.

Before the end of the first half, Trent Alexander-Arnold's curl from a free kick equalized the score in the 41st minute.

West Ham took the lead again in the second half as Pablo Fornals' left-footed shot from outside the box made it 2-1 in the 67th minute.

Just seven minutes later, West Ham struck again with Kurt Zouma and made it 3-1.

A left-footed shot in the 83rd minute from Liverpool's Belgian forward Divock Origi produced the final score of 3-2.

With this victory, West Ham climbed to third spot in the Premier League table with 23 points while Liverpool dropped to fourth with 22 points. Chelsea leads with 26 points.


Arsenal-Watford: 1-0

Everton-Tottenham: 0-0

Leeds-Leicester: 1-1

West Ham-Liverpool: 3-2

Man Utd-Man City: 0-2

Brentford-Norwich City: 1-2

Chelsea-Burnley: 1-1

Crystal Palace-Wolves: 2-0

Brighton-Newcastle: 1-1

Southampton-Aston Villa: 1-0