West Ham United
West Ham United

Michail Antonio 73'

Angelo Ogbonna 96'

2
-
3
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur

36' Heung-Min Son

43' Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva

49' Harry Kane

0
15
30
45
60
75
90
WES
V
TOT
Yellow (11')
Issa Diop
Yellow (39')
Ryan Fredericks
Substitution (45')
Sub-on: Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
Sub-off: Michail Antonio
Substitution (56')
Sub-on: Andriy Yarmolenko
Sub-off: Pablo Fornals
Substitution (64')
Sub-on: Issa Diop
Sub-off: Carlos Sánchez
Goal (73')
Scorer: Michail Antonio
Yellow (87')
Robert Snodgrass
Goal (89')
Scorer: Declan Rice
Goal (89')
Scorer: Sébastien Haller
Goal (96')
Scorer: Angelo Ogbonna
Goal (36')
Scorer: Heung-Min Son
Assist: Bamidele Alli
Goal (43')
Scorer: Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva
Assist: Heung-Min Son
Goal (49')
Scorer: Harry Kane
Assist: Serge Aurier
Yellow (70')
Ben Davies
Substitution (75')
Sub-on: Ben Davies
Sub-off: Danny Rose
Substitution (79')
Sub-on: Bamidele Alli
Sub-off: Christian Eriksen
Substitution (82')
Sub-on: Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva
Sub-off: Moussa Sissoko
Yellow (87')
Harry Kane
Possession
47.1 %
52.9 %
Shots (On Target)
4
6
Shots (Off Target)
7
9
Corners
3
7
Crosses
21
13
Clearances
13
15
Yellow Cards
3
2
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur
Possession
47.1%
52.9%
Shots (On Target)
4
6
Shots (Off Target)
7
9
Corners
3
7
Crosses
21
13
Clearances
13
15
Yellow Cards
3
2
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham United
4-4-1-1
13
23
21
3
24
7
41
8
11
16
22
4
25
18
15
30
27
5
Man. Manuel Pellegrini
13 Roberto Jiménez
23 Issa Diop
21 Angelo Ogbonna
3 Aaron Cresswell
24 Ryan Fredericks
7 Andriy Yarmolenko
41 Declan Rice
8 Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes
11 Robert Snodgrass
16 Mark Noble
22 Sébastien Haller
Substitutions
4 Fabián Balbuena
25 David Martin
18 Pablo Fornals
15 Carlos Sánchez
30 Michail Antonio
27 Albian Ajeti
5 Pablo Zabaleta
Possession %
47
53
Duels Won
66
68
Aerial Duels Won
22
27
Interceptions
5
9
Offsides
4
6
Corners
3
7
Tottenham Hotspur
4-2-3-1
22
6
24
33
4
27
7
15
8
20
10
18
23
16
17
49
3
21
José Mourinho Man.
Paulo Gazzaniga 22
Davinson Sánchez 6
Serge Aurier 24
Ben Davies 33
Toby Alderweireld 4
Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva 27
Heung-Min Son 7
Eric Dier 15
Harry Winks 8
Bamidele Alli 20
Harry Kane 10
Substitutions
Giovani Lo Celso 18
Christian Eriksen 23
Kyle Walker-Peters 16
Moussa Sissoko 17
Brandon Austin 49
Danny Rose 3
Juan Foyth 21
Player Comparison

Robert Snodgrass holds off Lucas Moura


West Ham United 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League

West Ham United mounted a late comeback but fell to a 3-2 defeat against Tottenham Hotspur at London Stadium on Saturday.

Three goals scored within 13 minutes either side of the interval put the visitors in control, as Heung-min Son, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane fired them into a 3-0 lead.

The Hammers welcomed Michail Antonio back from injury with a 45-minute appearance from the bench and he scored 14 minutes from time to give his side hope.

Angelo Ogbonna added a second deep into second half stoppage time, but by then it was too late to stop Tottenham from taking the points. 

Kane had the ball in the net as early as the third minute, but he made his dart into the box too early and the offside flag came to West Ham’s rescue.

Five minutes later, the Hammers threatened for the first time as Ryan Fredericks swung over a cross from the right. Sebastien Haller met it in the centre, but his header was half-blocked by Davinson Sanchez, allowing Paulo Gazzaniga to save.

Both sides felt each other out for the next phase of the game, before Tottenham hit the Hammers with a one-two sucker punch in the final nine minutes before the break.

Son opened the scoring, making a terrific run off Dele Alli’s shoulder to receive a pass from him inside the box and drill across Roberto into the bottom right hand corner.

Then, with two minutes of the first half remaining, Son turned provider, speeding down the left wing to provide a low cross to the far post, where his opposite wide-forward Lucas Moura slid in to prod home.

West Ham were rocked, and it was to get even worse four minutes after the restart when Kane made it three.

Lucas Moura had already wasted a one-on-one opportunity by the time Serge Aurier was allowed the time to measure a cross from the right for Kane to leap onto with a downward header that bounced up off the turf and into the roof of the net.

The Hammers’ bright spot was provided by Antonio, who came on at the break and pulled one back with 16 minutes remaining.

It was a neat finish from the No30 too, who took a pass from Noble at the edge of the box, turned and slammed into the bottom left corner.

West Ham looked to set up a grandstand finish and thought they had grabbed another a minute from time, but a VAR check ruled Declan Rice’s finish out.

Deep into injury time, they did score a second when Ogbonna knocked Robert Snodgrass’ corner home, but it was too late to deny the visitors.

West Ham United: Roberto, Fredericks, Diop (Sanchez 64), Ogbonna, Cresswell, Rice, Noble, Snodgrass, Felipe Anderson (Antonio 46), Yarmolenko (Fornals 55), Haller
Subs: Martin, Zabaleta, Balbuena, Ajeti

Goals: Antonio 74, Ogbonna 90+6

Booked: Diop, Fredericks, Snodgrass

Tottenham Hotspur: Gazzaniga, Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies (Rose 75), Dier, Winks, Son, Alli (Eriksen 79), Lucas Moura (Sissoko 82), Kane
Subs: Austin, Walker-Peters, Foyth, Lo Celso

Goals: Son 36, Lucas Moura 43, Kane 49

Booked: Davies, Kane

Referee: Michael Oliver

Attendance: 59,930