West Ham vs. Liverpool: 6 Things We Learned in Late Reds Win

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West Ham vs. Liverpool: 6 Things We Learned in Late Reds Win
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Liverpool made their way back into the top half of the Premier League with a fine 3-2 win over West Ham United at Upton Park in what was one of the most interesting games for manager Brendan Rodgers to take positives from his side's performance from.

This despite the Reds not playing half as well as they are capable of doing.

Glen Johnson got the Reds up and running with a fantastic solo strike into the top corner but Liverpool should have added to their lead before the Hammers came back and turned the game around before half time.

A penalty from Mark Noble and an own goal from Steven Gerrard meant it was 2-1 to the home side at the break.

It took a big effort in the second half for the Reds to get going, but two goals in five minutes from Joe Cole and James Collins (own goal) gave Liverpool an important three points.

Here are six things we learned from the game.

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