West Ham United and Aston Villa played out a 1-1 draw at London Stadium on Monday night, with Said Benrahma rescuing a point for the home side with a penalty late in the second half.
The Hammers had the better of the opening exchanges and took the lead in the 25th minute through a well-taken goal from Pablo Fornals. West Ham continued to press forward but were unable to add to their lead before the break.
After the restart, Villa came out with renewed vigour and won a penalty after a foul on Anwar El Ghazi. The Dutchman stepped up and calmly slotted home from the spot to bring the scores level.
West Ham pushed hard for a winner and were awarded a penalty of their own in the 87th minute when Benrahma was brought down in the box. The Algerian winger stepped up and coolly dispatched the spot-kick to earn his side a point.
The result leaves West Ham in eighth place in the table, while Villa remain in fourth. The two sides will meet again in the reverse fixture at Villa Park in a few weeks' time.