Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur

Heung-Min Son 1'

Harry Kane 8'

Harry Kane 16'

3
-
3
West Ham United
West Ham United

82' Fabián Balbuena

85' Davinson Sánchez

94' Manuel Lanzini

0
15
30
45
60
75
90
TOT
V
WES
Goal (1')
Scorer: Heung-Min Son
Goal (8')
Scorer: Harry Kane
Goal (16')
Scorer: Harry Kane
Substitution (72')
Sub-on: Steven Bergwijn
Sub-off: Gareth Bale
Substitution (73')
Sub-on: Tanguy Ndombele
Sub-off: Harry Winks
Substitution (80')
Sub-on: Heung-Min Son
Sub-off: Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva
Yellow (20')
Michail Antonio
Yellow (72')
Angelo Ogbonna
Yellow (76')
Tomas Soucek
Substitution (77')
Sub-on: Pablo Fornals
Sub-off: Manuel Lanzini
Substitution (77')
Sub-on: Michail Antonio
Sub-off: Andriy Yarmolenko
Yellow (77')
Tomas Soucek
Goal (82')
Scorer: Fabián Balbuena
Assist: Aaron Cresswell
Own (85')
Davinson Sánchez
Yellow (89')
Arthur Masuaku
Substitution (90')
Sub-on: Arthur Masuaku
Sub-off: Robert Snodgrass
Goal (94')
Scorer: Manuel Lanzini
Assist:
Yellow (95')
Manuel Lanzini
Possession
51.2 %
48.8 %
Shots (On Target)
6
4
Shots (Off Target)
5
9
Corners
3
7
Crosses
12
33
Clearances
30
8
Yellow Cards
0
5
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur
Possession
48.8%
51.2%
Shots (On Target)
4
6
Shots (Off Target)
9
5
Corners
7
3
Crosses
33
12
Clearances
8
30
Yellow Cards
5
0
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur
4-2-3-1
1
24
4
3
6
28
5
17
7
10
23
27
33
12
9
8
2
45
Man. José Mourinho
1 Hugo Lloris
24 Serge Aurier
4 Toby Alderweireld
3 Sergio Reguilón
6 Davinson Sánchez
28 Tanguy Ndombele
5 Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
17 Moussa Sissoko
7 Heung-Min Son
10 Harry Kane
23 Steven Bergwijn
Substitutions
27 Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva
33 Ben Davies
12 Joe Hart
9 Gareth Bale
8 Harry Winks
2 Matt Doherty
45 Carlos Vinicius Alves Morais
Possession %
51
49
Duels Won
61
57
Aerial Duels Won
15
19
Interceptions
7
5
Offsides
1
3
Corners
3
7
West Ham United
5-4-1
1
5
26
4
3
21
18
28
20
41
30
7
11
35
24
16
10
23
David Moyes Man.
Lukasz Fabianski 1
Vladimir Coufal 5
Arthur Masuaku 26
Fabián Balbuena 4
Aaron Cresswell 3
Angelo Ogbonna 21
Pablo Fornals 18
Tomas Soucek 28
Jarrod Bowen 20
Declan Rice 41
Michail Antonio 30
Substitutions
Andriy Yarmolenko 7
Robert Snodgrass 11
Darren Randolph 35
Ryan Fredericks 24
Mark Noble 16
Manuel Lanzini 10
Issa Diop 23
Player Comparison

 Manuel Lanzini celebrates his dramatic equaliser


Tottenham Hotspur 3-3 West Ham United
Premier League

West Ham United came from three goals down to rescue the most dramatic of points at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday afternoon.

The Hammers trailed 3-0 as early as the 16th minute and were still down by that scoreline with just eight minutes remaining, yet still they managed to claw back reward for their efforts.

Fabian Balbuena got the comeback started with a towering header in the 82nd minute, then Davinson Sanchez’s own goal three minutes later gave them real hope.

It was hope that was justified too as Manuel Lanzini sent a pile-driver of a 25-yard shot into the top right hand corner of Hugo Lloris to spark joyous scenes among those in Claret & Blue.

Tottenham could not believe they had let their position of power slip, but the Hammers did not crumble after the hosts’ early onslaught and their resilience was to be rewarded in quite crazy style.

Jarrod Bowen had the first shot of the game, finding Hugo Lloris’ gloves from the edge of the box, but play swung to the other end with Tottenham taking the lead with just 47 seconds on the clock.

Kane found his fellow forward Son in the left channel, and he did the rest, advancing into the box before shifting the ball onto his right foot and stroking into the bottom corner.

It would soon get worse for the visitors. A mere seven minutes later Son returned the favour to Kane, giving him the ball 25 yards from goal. Quick feet from the England captain allowed him to evade the Hammers’ challenge and make space for the shot which whistled through Angelo Ogbonna’s legs and gave Lukasz Fabianski no chance.

Spurs were not done there, and the third goal arrived just past the quarter-hour. Son was involved again, feeding the ball left to the overlapping Sergio Reguilon. He sent over a teasing cross for Kane to gobble up, guiding his header into the net.

Tottenham were ruthlessly efficient in the opening stages, scoring with all of their first three shots and they very nearly made it four ten minutes before the interval, Fabianski making an important intervention to prevent Son from scoring his second on the stretch.

The Hammers were left with a nigh-on impossible task, trailing by three at the break, but they started the second period brightly and Pablo Fornals could well have pulled one back five minutes after the restart.

The Spain midfielder could not get over the bounce of the ball, however, as it skipped up off the turf from Michail Antonio’s deflected shot, and his header from close in flew over the crossbar.

West Ham, to their credit, kept going and they found their way onto the scoresheet with eight minutes remaining.

Balbuena was the man with the goal, rising highest to plant a header into the net after Aaron Cresswell delivered a free-kick from wide on the left with precision.

Then, the Hammers set up a grandstand finish by forcing an own goal from Sanchez three minutes later. Vladimir Coufal’s low cross was a teasing one and the home defender could only turn into his own net.

It made for a nervy conclusion for the home side, and the Hammers made Gareth Bale pay for a miss at the start of injury time by levelling in the final minute of four added.

And what a goal it was too. Cresswell’s free-kick was half headed clear to Lanzini in a central position 25 yards out, and the Argentine could not have been more accurate with his shot, sending a rocket into the top right hand corner and rescuing the most unlikely of points for his side.

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Reguilon, Hojbjerg, Sissoko, Ndombele (Winks 73), Son (Locas Moura 80), Kane, Bergwijn (Bale 73)
Subs: Hart, Doherty, Davies, Vinicius

Goals: Son 1, Kane 8, 16

West Ham United: Fabianski, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Coufal, Rice, Soucek, Masuaku (Snodgrass 90), Bowen, Antonio (Yarmolenko 77), Fornals (Lanzini 77)
Subs: Randolph, Fredericks, Diop, Noble

Goals: Balbuena 82, Sanchez og 85, Lanzini 90+4

Booked: Antonio, Ogbonna, Soucek, Masuaku, Lanzini

Referee: Paul Tierney