Top Ten - No2 Tottenham Hotspur (H)

Our West Ham TV countdown continues, with the last ever win over Spurs at the Boleyn coming in at No2
West Ham United produced another sparkling display under the Boleyn Ground lights to topple Tottenham Hotspur and move within a point of the Barclays Premier League top four.
Man-of-the-moment Michail Antonio popped up with yet another priceless goal at the Boleyn Ground after just seven minutes, a bullet of a header which secured Slaven Bilic’s side a second home win in five days. 
West Ham, unbeaten at home in 14 in all competitions after March’s victory, had chances to make it two in a thoroughly dominant opening 45 minutes, before Tottenham inevitably found their feet after the break. 
But once Harry Kane had fluffed his lines with the goal gaping, the Hammers held firm to ensure that all those of a Claret and Blue persuasion would go home happy.