West Ham United's Scottish manager David Moyes (L) talks with Burnley's English manager Sean Dyche ahead of the English Premier League football match between West Ham United and Burnley at The London Stadium, in east London on January 16, 2021.
Sean Dyche's side went ahead from the spot in the 19th when Chris Wood picked himself up to score for the seventh time against the Hammers in the Premier League.
However, for the third time in five fixtures, the Clarets would go on to surrender their lead and finish the game pointless.
Michail Antonio scored both goals for the visitors, finishing crosses from Vladimir Coufal and Said Benrahma.
Left completely exposed by his defence for both Antonio's goals before the break. Commanded his penalty area well, successful with a number of high claims, and saved well from Lingard deep into stoppage time.
Here are the ratings.
Couldn't live with the pace and trickery of Benrahma, who supplied the cross for West Ham's second. Also culpable for the away side's equaliser, applying little or no pressure on Antonio and continued to be targeted as the Hammers broke forward.
Deserved more engagement with his deliveries, particularly in the first half when whipping in several inviting crosses. West Ham's equaliser came down his side, though he had recovered to shut out Lingard's route to goal.
Not one of his tidiest displays, but had seemed to be doing enough to negate the physicality of Antonio. However, exposed when the Hammers played on the ground, between the lines and stretched the play. Missing in action for both West Ham goals.
Dealt with everything that West Ham put into the box from the wide areas, using any limb he could to cut out crosses, but more vulnerable when the Hammers had the ball in front of him. The visitors fashioned a number of shooting opportunities inside the box.
Might not have been afforded the openings to swing the ball into the box, but linked play well and manufactured space for Lowton to deliver from deep. Put in the hard yards and tested Fabianski with a fine effort in the second half.
Struggled to make an impact. Crowded out when on the ball and unable to deliver the ball into the box. Fizzled out as the game wore on and replaced. Might have been able to get closer to Coufal to prevent the cross for the equaliser, but was sucked in.
Lovely pass over the top to send Wood on his way for the opener. Continued to try and play Burnley in behind, but his approach grew predictable. Deliveries from set-pieces were good, but found it difficult to contend with West Ham in the middle of the park.
Managed to wrestle the ball back for the home side on numerous occasions and moved the ball well. However, overworked in the middle as West Ham played through the press and got bodies in behind.
Emptied the tank before his departure, chasing everything the Clarets played forward. Picked up some good pockets of space in behind Coufal to get the hosts on the ball in-between the lines and unfortunate not to score when denied by Dawson on the line.
Certainly not as influential as he was in the game previous, but continued his fine goal-scoring run against the Hammers. Superb penalty to give the hosts the lead, but given a tough time by Dawson, Diop and Soucek.
Didn't make the impression he would have liked when replacing Vydra on the hour. Had a great opportunity to equalise when missing the target from close range and then nodded wide from Westwood's corner at the back post.
Looked much more comfortable on the left hand side, looking to take the game on. Appeared to have the beating of Coufal in the short amount of time he was on the pitch and productive when getting on the ball.