Hull City boosted their Premier League survival hopes by coming from behind to defeat West Ham United at the KCOM Stadium.
Andy Carroll struck his 50th Premier League goal, chesting down an Aaron Cresswell cross to open the scoring from close range.
Early in the second half Hull's left-back Andrew Robertson surged forward and reacted instantly to a loose ball by equalising with a low finish.
Centre-back Andrea Ranocchia completed the comeback with five minutes left, glancing in a header from a corner to clinch three vital points.
Marco Silva’s side move level on points with 17th-placed Swansea City, who have a match in hand on the Tigers, while West Ham fall to 14th in the table.