WATCH: Hull 2-1 West Ham

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Hull 2-1 West Ham

Andrea Ranocchia's late winner earned Hull another crucial home win in the fight to preserve their Premier League status and heaped more pressure on West Ham boss Slaven Bilic.

Italian defender Ranocchia, signed on loan from Inter Milan in January, headed home in the 85th minute to secure Hull a 2-1 win at the KCOM Stadium after Andrew Robertson's strike after the break had cancelled out West Ham striker Andy Carroll's landmark opener.

Hull's best move of the match saw Lazar Markovic link well with Grosicki and the latter slipped in Robertson to run on into the area and bury a low left-footed shot into the bottom corner for a 53rd-minute equaliser.

Victory for Hull was their fourth in five unbeaten league games at home under head coach Marco Silva and lifted them level on points with relegation rivals Swansea, who play Middlesbrough on Sunday, while West Ham slumped to a fourth straight defeat.

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