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Leeds United beats fourth placed West Ham 3-2

Leeds United hurt West Ham’s title chances in the Premier League by handing David Moyes' side a dreadful loss. Leeds avenged their FA cup loss just a week ago with a 3-2 win on Sunday and all it took was a hat trick by Jack Harrison as Hammers' title-challenging campaign took a hit.

Their hold on the fourth spot weakens as they fell behind in just 10 minutes and visitors took a lead. Hammers did answer with Jarrod Bowen’s first-half header but Harrison restored Leeds' lead three minutes after that. West Ham came back from behind for the second time to level the score with Pablo Fornals’ goal but Harrison denied the side three points as he completed the hat trick and laid bare all the flaws with West Ham's defence.

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