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Champions League qualification remains in Liverpool's hands, thanks to an emphatic performance and victory at the London Stadium. Coutinho ran riot with two goals and an assist, Sturridge found the net for the first time since January and Origi tapped in a late fourth to ease the pressure on Jurgen Klopp and bring a difficult first season for West Ham at their shiny new home to a fittingly inglorious conclusion.
Liverpool are doing whatever they want at the London Stadium now. Sturridge stands up Cresswell on the right flank before breezing past him and clipping a cross into Lallana, whose shot is smothered by Adrian. The ball runs free to Wijnaldum and the Dutchman's wayward effort is touched into an empty net by Origi. So, so easy.
Liverpool are home and dry and the London Stadium is in uproar. Wijnaldum gets away with what appears to be a clear handball in the penalty area and the visitors break in numbers. The ball eventually makes its way to Coutinho, who cuts inside Collins and takes his time before smashing his second goal of the afternoon beyond Adrian. He's running riot.