With the return of Premier League football after the international break came the return of Monday Night Football, as Newcastle United travelled to face West Ham United in a clash that matched up old adversaries Slaven Bilic and Steve McClaren.The latter lost his job as England head coach after defeat to Bilic's Croatia prevented England from qualifying for Euro 2008, but a mutual respect exists between the two.Slav on Steve: "Treat the guy with respect. Steve did really well in his career, he knows football, very polite. I respect him a lot." Jack Pitt-Brooke (@JackPittBrooke) September 14, 2015Everyone's favourite television duo Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp were also back, providing various avenues of entertainment as they dissected the weekend's action.Fascinating Mon Night Football. Agree Chelsea defensive problems run deeper than just the back 4. But in many ways, Matic was superb on Sat John Cross (@johncrossmirror) September 14, 2015Brendan Rodgers has an obsession with Four Weddings and a Funeral: pic.twitter.com/uvp3oUf8Ad (via @alibendertv) Paddy Power (@paddypower) September 14, 2015Jamie Carragher saying "Coutinho and Firmino" is absolutely sensational. M'Mmnz (@Danny_McMoomins) September 14, 2015On to tonight's action and the night started badly for visitors Newcastle.At West Ham v Newcastle. Visitors have parked the bus...a mile from the stadium - because of terrible traffic - and walked the rest. Jason Burt (@JBurtTelegraph) September 14, 2015They were then greeted by the sight of the truly terrifying West Ham mascot, Hammerhead.No idea where to start with this. pic.twitter.com/UCMEUcfKQY Squawka Football (@Squawka) September 14, 2015And it didn't take long to get worse, West Ham's new French favourite Dimitri Payet putting the Hammers in front with a superb finish.#balleurJack Pitt-Brooke (@JackPittBrooke) September 14, 2015Absolutely fabulous goal for West Ham. Delightful buildup play and finished exquisitely by Payet. Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) September 14, 2015Payet looks like the player United fans were hoping Anderson would be. If he doesn't discover Nandos he's got a bright future. Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) September 14, 2015The goal was also good news for Chelsea, where a Newcastle win would push the Blues into the unrecognisable depths of the relegation zone.Chelsea fans celebrate as West Ham go 1-0 up against Newcastle Simon Johnson (@sjstandardsport) September 14, 2015The first half ended 1-0, goalscorer Payet running the show.Dimitri Payets first half for #WHUFC on #MNF. pic.twitter.com/aWCaPWhWve Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) September 14, 2015This is really uninspiring, apologies to all those relying on us to put Chelsea into the bottom 3 #NUFC Lynsey Hipgrave (@lynseyhipgrave1) September 14, 2015With the second half underway, it didn't take long for man-of-the-moment Payet to double the Hammers' lead, following a powerful break from new loan signing Victor Moses.Payet 2-0 Newcastle. pic.twitter.com/gqcmRCNFR5 Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) September 14, 2015Brilliant game from Victor Moses, showing #Chelsea what they're missing. Chelsea HQ (@Chelsea_HQ) September 14, 2015But really, all the talk/singing was about one man...Payet-he, Payet-ho, Payet-aha. Tayler Willson (@tylrwllsn) September 14, 2015Nobody's perfect, but Dimitri Payet isn't far off Cartlon Cole (@_CarltonCole9) September 14, 2015West Ham held on for their first home win of the season, lifting them to fifth, while Newcastle dropped to bottom with their third defeat from five.Slaven Bilic has got himself a decent team here. Happy Hammers! Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) September 14, 2015#NUFC: Last-place in the Premier league:Fewest goals in the Premier League (2): How do ya like me now'pic.twitter.com/7GUwATXBOi Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) September 14, 2015Next up for Newcastle is a home tie with Watford, while West Ham travel to leaders Manchester City.[Twitter]Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com Click here to read full news..