West Ham United survived a late scare to secure a 3-2 win over Danish side Silkeborg IF.
The Hammers have now won both games in their Europa Conference League group.
Kasper Kusk netted for the home side after five minutes with a first-time finish.
The Hammers levelled eight minutes later through a Manuel Lanzini penalty after Maxwel Cornet was fouled in the box.
A stunner from summer signing Gianluca Scamacca put the visitors ahead after 25 minutes.
Craig Dawson increased the lead before half-time, but the Danes fought back in the second-half.
Soren Tengstedt smashed the ball past Alphonse Areola to give the hosts a lifeline in the 75th minute.
Areola then produced a fine one-handed save late on to deny Silkeborg substitute Tonni Adamsen a memorable equaliser.