Michail Antonio became West Ham’s all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League as David Moyes’ side crushed Leicester City on Monday.
The 31-year-old scored twice in four minutes in the closing stages of the Hammers’ 4-1 victory at London Stadium.
Antonio had earlier teed up Said Benrahma to make it 2-0 after Pablo Fornals broke the deadlock prior to Ayoze Perez’s red card. Youri Tielemans netted what proved to be a consolation for Leicester.
Antonio now has 49 Premier League goals for West Ham, two more than previous leading scorer Paolo Di Canio.
The former Sheffield Wednesday player has scored four times in nine appearances against Leicester and already has three in England’s top flight this season. No player has scored more.
Antonio celebrated his historic double by holding up a cardboard cut-out to a rapturous home crowd.
The Hammers are now on a four-game winning streak, their best Premier League run since winning five consecutive matches from January 14 to February 13, 2006.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has lost five times against Moyes in England’s top flight, more than he has against any other manager in the competition.