Liverpool fought back from a goal down to secure a vital win at West Ham, keeping their hopes of European football next season alive.
West Ham took an early lead through Lucas Paqueta, but their joy was short-lived as Cody Gakpo equalised for Liverpool just six minutes later.
Jarrod Bowen thought he had put the home side back in front, but his effort was ruled out for offside following a VAR check.
Liverpool then took the lead through an unmarked Joel Matip's header from Andy Robertson's corner in the 67th minute.
West Ham had a late penalty shout for handball against Thiago, but the referee and VAR did not award a decision, leaving Hammers boss David Moyes fuming at the final whistle.
Liverpool came from behind to secure a win against West Ham at the London Stadium on Wednesday. After the Hammers took the lead with a long-range strike from Lucas Paqueta, Liverpool's Cody Gakpo responded with a goal of his own just six minutes later. West Ham thought they had reclaimed the lead
with a goal from Jarrod Bowen, but it was ruled out for offside after a VAR check. Liverpool then sealed the win in the 67th minute when Joel Matip headed in from a corner. There was a late penalty shout for West Ham, but the referee and VAR both decided not to award it, leaving Hammers manager David Moyes fuming at the final whistle.