Nathan Trott was an unused substitute as his teammate Michail Antonio made a triumphant return to the West Ham United team at Burnley, scoring twice in the first half to give his side a vital 2-1 victory.
West Ham United was bright throughout, but trailed early on to Chris Woodís penalty and had to show admirable resilience to fight back almost instantly.
Antonio got on the end of crosses from VladimŪr Coufal and SaÔd Benrahma to turn the game around and give West Ham United the platform their play deserved.
The No30ís personal quest for a hat-trick was thwarted only by a number of near misses as West Ham looked to make the contest safe, and although they ultimately would not be able to add a third, his early two goals proved enough to separate the sides.
Justin Donawa and his Solihull Moors teammates put four past Altrincham on Bank Holiday Monday.
Jordon Thompson scored on his home debut the on-loan Coventry City defender opened the scoring in the first-half, before an own goal doubled the lead just before the hour mark.
Kyle Hudlin and substitute Cameron Archer added a third and fourth, as Solihull completed the double over Phil Parkinsonís side.
Jonte Smith was not part of the Woking FC team that traveled to Essex to face 11th-placed Dagenham & Redbridge, with the hosts still having a shot at reaching the play-offs this season, after defeating the visitors 3 - 1.
Paul McCallum would score twice for Dagenham & Redbridge, with Angelo Calanta adding the other, while Sam Ashford scored the lone goal for Woking.