Burnley put their run of three defeats on the spin well and truly behind them with a dominant 3-0 win over West Ham at Turf Moor.

Goals from Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood and a goal straight from an Ashley Westwood corner were enough to blow away the hapless Hammers.

After shipping nine goals in the last three games, the win – and clean sheet – were much needed and after a strong start, it never looked like there was going to be any other outcome than a home win.  

The Clarets took the lead on 11 minutes when Barnes poked home from close-range after a deep Dwight McNeil corner was headed back across goal by James Tarkowski.

Wood had the ball in the back of the net 10 minutes before half time, heading home a delightful McNeil cross.

But a VAR check by Lee Mason at Stockley Park ruled the Kiwi offside and, after an agonising wait for all inside the stadium, the goal was ruled out.

Sean Dyche immediately called for his troops to regain their composure and that paid off on the stroke of half-time when Wood did get his goal.

McNeil was again involved, pick-pocketing Fabian Balbuena – who failed to control a throw out from Roberto -  before sliding the ball across the box to Wood who slammed home.

It was no less than the Clarets deserved, having

It was 3-0 on 53 minutes and a goal which Hammers keeper Roberto will want to forget.

The Spaniard flapped at an Ashley Westwood corner and diverted it into his own goal. There were complaints from West Ham that he’d been impeded but replays showed it was more an error of judgement from the keeper.

Referee Kevin Friend did step in to spare Roberto's blushes 11 minutes later, blowing for a Barnes foul to deny Ben Mee a goal.

The Clarets continued to press and Hendrick came close to adding a fourth eight minutes from time but his shot was well-saved by Roberto.

Substitute Andriy Yarmolenko had a chance to pull one back for the visitors a minute or so later but he fluffed his lines and fired across goal.

The game ended on a more sober note, Manuel Lanzini was stretched off with what looked like a nasty injury after a foul by Westwood.

The Argentinian was given oxygen in the centre circle before leaving to warm applause from all sides of the ground.