With four games left in the season, the Hammers have climbed to fifth position in the table, just three points behind Chelsea in fourth.
Burnley took the lead thanks to a penalty from Chris Wood, who was followed by Antonio, who headed in Vladimir Coufal’s enticing cross and poked in Said Benrahma’s delivery eight minutes later.
Antonio, who had been out with a hamstring injury for four weeks, said: “It would be incredible. All aspires to be a part of the Champions League.
I have been here for a few years, and we’ve spent several seasons battling to remain in the table, and now we have a chance to finish in the top four.
We are not going to give up without a fight. We’ll keep fighting and moving forward.”
David Mo is the manager of West Ham United.
It will be an amazing accomplishment to bring Europe together. If we don’t get there now, I think I’ll be disappointed.”
After Antonio’s double, West Ham had multiple chances to extend their lead, but Burnley should have equalized when Jay Rodriguez’s close-range shot went wide.
In 16th spot, Burnley is nine points above the relegation zone.