* West Ham beat Burnley 4-2
* Arnautovic opened the scoring in the 10th minute
* Gudmundsson equalised against the run of play
* West Ham went 2-1 up with Anderson’s second goal of the season
* Late Burnley substitutes Brady and Wood combined for 2-2
* Anderson made it 3-2 in the 84th minute
* Hernandez ensured the win in stoppage time
* West Ham visit Huddersfield next, Burnley at Leicester
Nov 3 (Reuters) - Two goals from Felipe Anderson helped secure West Ham United their first win in four matches as they held off a spirited Burnley at the London Stadium on Saturday.
The visitors made a nervy start and were punished when centre back James Tarkowski was caught in possession on the edge of the area by West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic, who raced clear to find the net with a low finish.
West Ham went close again with a spectacular curling effort from Anderson but defender Ben Mee came to Burnley’s rescue with a clearance from underneath the crossbar.
After withstanding pressure for the majority of the first half, Burnley equalised just before the break when Ashley Westwood played a through ball into the path of Johann Berg Gudmundsson, who slotted it past goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.
West Ham made it 2-1 in the 68th minute when midfielder Grady Diangana played through Anderson, who fired a low drive past Joe Hart for his second league goal of the campaign.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche responded with the late introduction of forwards Robbie Brady and Chris Wood, and the pair combined for Wood to head Burnley level.
Anderson was then denied by the woodwork before putting West Ham back in front with a fight-footed shot into the corner before Javier Hernandez secured the win in stoppage time. (Reporting by Hardik Vyas in Bengaluru; editing by Martyn Herman)