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West Ham keep run going with win over Hughton's Canaries

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West Ham United's James Collins (right) celebrates scoring the first goal of the game.
West Ham United's James Collins (right) celebrates scoring the first goal of the game.
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LATE GOALS FROM James Collins and Mohamed Diame earned West Ham a 2-0 home victory over Norwich City tonight.

The capital club’s third successive 2-0 win in the Premier League — and a 13th clean sheet of the season, the division’s best record — moves them up to 10th, three points clear of the visitors, whose winless run was extended to four matches.

West Ham keeper Adrian was in fine form throughout the contest, and his heroics enabled the hosts to remain level before Collins broke the deadlock with a towering header six minutes from time.

Substitute Diame then sealed the win by finishing off a swift counter-attack in injury time as Norwich pushed for a late leveller.

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