Carroll’s goals were his first for West Ham since March.
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England forward Andy Carroll returned to form with two thumping headers in West Ham United's 3-1 victory over Swansea City that lifted the London club to third in the Premier League Sunday.Carroll, without a goal since March, headed his side level just before halftime after Wilfried Bony had put Swansea ahead against the run of play.West Ham have 27 points, one ahead of fourth-placed Southampton and two clear of fifth-placed Manchester United who face each other Monday.Aston Villa also came back from a goal down to condemn bottom club Leicester City to their eighth defeat in 10 matches – Alan Hutton scoring the winner in a 2-1 victory.Villa are now unbeaten in five games.
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