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Full-time: Tottenham 3-2 West Ham

  • Tottenham maintain their unbeaten start to the 2016/17 Premier League campaign and end a seven-match winless run in all competitions that stretched back to 2 October thanks to two late goals in as many minutes from Harry Kane
  • The striker, who also scored notched an equaliser in the north London derby prior to the recent international break, turned home Heung-Min Son's low cross before beating Darren Randolph from the spot after a moment of madness from substitute Havard Nordtveit
  • West Ham led at the break after Michail Antonio scored his sixth headed goal of the season already
  • 20-year-old midfielder Harry Winks netted from close range on his first top-flight start to draw the hosts level
  • Slaven Bilic's side retook the lead through a Manuel Lanzini penalty after Vincent Janssen dragged down Winston Reid
  • Reid was harshly dismissed in stoppage time for two bookable offences
  • The Hammers have now won just one of their previous 15 top-flight trips to White Hart Lane
  • Earlier: Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal, Southampton 0-0 Liverpool
Harry Kane

That is all from us for now, but be sure to join me again tomorrow afternoon for more live coverage of the Premier League.

We will update you on all the action from the Riverside Stadium, where Antonio Conte's in-form Chelsea can leapfrog Liverpool and Manchester City back to the top of the Premier League with a sixth consecutive win over Middlesbrough.

That match gets underway at 16.00 GMT. Until then, goodnight.

That was far from a vintage Tottenham display and Pochettino will no doubt be frustrated that it took such a last-gasp turnaround to defeat lowly West Ham, but he has to be pleased with the fight shown by his side tonight after a seven-match winless run.

This was Spurs' first victory of any kind since 2 October and means they remain unbeaten in the Premier League after 12 matches. Confidence should be high ahead of a Champions League visit to Monaco on Tuesday and a third consecutive London derby clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next weekend.


A truly harrowing loss for West Ham, who will be left wondering how on earth they have come away from White Hart Lane with nothing after leading with one minute of normal time remaining.

Bilic must now find some way to restore confidence ahead of a gruelling run of pre-festive fixtures that includes back-to-back trips to Manchester United, the latter of which is an EFL Cup quarter-final, and successive league meetings with Arsenal and Liverpool.

Michail Antonio
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The deflated Hammers could have risen to 12th with a win, but instead they remain 17th and just one point above the relegation zone.


Tottenham 3-2 West Ham

West Ham's abject misery is compounded as Reid, only just back from a one-match ban for accumulating five yellow cards, receives his second booking in quick succession for catching Kane with an elbow. That looked incredibly harsh.

His first appeared to come for appealing against that penalty decision.

Winston Reid

Red card: Winston Reid (West Ham)


Six minutes of added time signalled by the fourth official.

Is there another late twist to come?

Oh Nordtveit, what have you done?

The substitute leaves Dean with no option but to award a ninth penalty in 10 matches after sliding in recklessly and catching Son.

Kane squeezes his spot-kick past Randolph, who did at least guess the right way.

Heartbreak for Bilic and West Ham.

Harry Kane
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Goal: Tottenham 3-2 West Ham (Harry Kane)


Ever the man for a London derby, Kane reacts quickest to tap home from close range after Randolph makes an absolute hash of Son's low cross from the left

The sense of relief around White Hart Lane is palpable.

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Goal: Tottenham 2-2 West Ham (Harry Kane)

Eriksen tries his luck with a long-range free-kick but gets the execution all wrong.

Bilic, meanwhile, looks to solidify this late lead by sending on Havard Nordtveit in place of the influential Payet.

Alli looks to catch West Ham on the hop with a quick free-kick after Fernandes fouls Kane. He could play in Rose on the overlap, but instead opts for a shot that is deflected by Obiang into the hands of Randolph.

Kane asks for a penalty after being held by Ogbonna, but Mike Dean waves away his protests.

A latest cross is then steered away by Antonio at the back post.

Good combination play between Payet and Zaza ends with the goal-shy substitute seeing a relatively tame shot held by Lloris.

Reid stands firm to head away a cross from Walker. It's been a mightily impressive showing from West Ham's stand-in skipper so far tonight.

Another change from Pochettino with just under 20 minutes left to play. Dembele is replaced by Son.

The irony of that second West Ham goal is that Janssen was due to make way for Alli, only for Pochettino to delay the substitution until after the corner. How he will rue that decision if Tottenham are unable to find another equaliser.

Mike Dean is never shy to point to the spot and he does so again after the clumsy Janssen foolishly wrestles Reid to the ground while jostling for position at a corner.

Lanzini then steps up to coolly send Lloris the wrong way from 12 yards. West Ham are back in front.

Manuel Lanzini
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Manuel Lanzini
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Goal: Tottenham 1-2 West Ham (Manuel Lanzini)

Antonio is the latest player to be booked after being bamboozled by Rose's trickery. Eriksen's free-kick lacks the necessary late dip and fails to test Randolph.

Rose will miss next weekend's trip to Chelsea after being cautioned for a foul on Antonio. Fellow full-back Walker also picked up a yellow card earlier for bringing down Payet.

A remarkable save from Randolph, who somehow manages to keep out Dier's powerful header from a Rose cross with his left foot. Tottenham are well and truly in the ascendancy now and White Hart Lane has come alive.

Bilic looks to disrupt that growing momentum with a double change. Simone Zaza and Edimilson Fernandes are summoned to replace Sakho and Ayew.

Spurs have been handed a new lease of life here and they are already off in search of a second goal that would give them the lead.

Latest shouts for a spot-kick are waved away after Kane heads Walker's delivery against the arm of Antonio.

Five minutes gone in the second half and Tottenham are level. Rose breezes past Antonio down the left-hand flank and sends in a near-post cross towards Janssen, who may well have handled the ball before producing a powerful strike that is parried by Randolph and falls directly into the path of Winks.

The confident 20-year-old, who also made his England U21 debut against France in Bondoufle on Monday night, makes no mistake on his first Premier League start as he finishes from close range before sprinting over to share an embrace with Pochettino.

What a moment for the young midfielder.

Harry Winks
Harry Winks
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Goal: Tottenham 1-1 West Ham (Harry Winks)

Payet glides into the Tottenham box but is prevented from pulling the trigger by a fantastic sliding challenge from Vertonghen.

The visiting supporters inevitably appeal for a penalty, but that was a very well-timed tackle.

Sakho and Lanzini kick off the second half. No changes from either manager at the break.

How long until Pochettino opts for a tactical switch?

A frustrating first half for toothless Tottenham, who were so slow to react before that West Ham goal and appear to be suffering from a distinct lack of cutting edge in the final third. Much work to be done here if Pochettino's out-of-sorts side are to maintain their unbeaten record and avoid an eighth consecutive match without a win.

Harry Kane
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So far, so good for West Ham, meanwhile, thanks to yet another header from the opportunist Antonio. They have defended very well indeed for the most part and will rise to 12th if they can hold on for all three points.


Tottenham 0-1 West Ham

Wanyama powers into the West Ham box and heads for the byline. He ends up blazing the ball behind after being crowded out by Lanzini.

The half-time whistle sounds.

After an extended break, no doubt used to check both players for concussion, Eriksen and Kouyate are back on the pitch.

The West Ham man is quickly back in the thick of the action as he blocks a cross from Rose.

Two minutes of added time to be played at the end of this first half.

Eriksen and Kouyate both receive treatment after a painful clash of heads.

West Ham are being penned back in their own half now as wounded Tottenham pour forward in search of an equaliser.

Reid deals deflects behind after Obiang treads on Kane's foot and a dangerous low cross from Rose flashes across the six-yard box before falling safe.

Dembele unceremoniously blocks off the run of Sakho and is then booked for throwing the ball away. Payet's subsequent 30-yard free-kick deflects over off the wall.

Nothing comes from the corner.

Bilic is incensed after Janssen commits a heavy challenge on Kouyate right over by the touchline.

There did not look to be much wrong with the tackle, however. It was made to look worse by an awkward landing that saw the makeshift defender roll onto the firmer ground of the dugout.

Vincent Janssen

Danny Rose cuts inside Pedro Obiang and is quickly scythed down by Lanzini. That will lead to the first yellow card of the evening.


Despite controlling possession for the opening 25 minutes of this match, Tottenham suddenly find themselves 1-0 down.

Kyle Walker initially makes a crucial block from Antonio after a mishit volley from Manuel Lanzini.

However, the prolific winger is not to be denied and he heads past Lloris from close range after a better corner from Payet is thundered against the crossbar by Kouyate and turned back towards goal by Reid.

Michail Antonio
Michail Antonio
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Goal: Tottenham 0-1 West Ham (Michail Antonio)


A wave of applause from around White Hart Lane now in memory of 18-year-old Tottenham supporter Jack Atkinson, who tragically died while playing a local league game in Clacton, Essex last Sunday.

Janssen and Kane both force corners in quick succession for Tottenham, but West Ham survive. Another impressive, measured pass from Winks to set up the second.

Antonio cuts in from the right-hand side after a throw-in and weaves his way horizontally across the Spurs box before unleashing a left-footed drive that sails over the crossbar.

Kane fires wide from 25 yards after being teed up by Winks, who has been involved in much of Tottenham's attacking play so far.

It's been a confident opening from the youngster.

Harry Winks
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A few Tottenham fans appeal for a penalty as Kane struggles to get near a left-wing cross from Winks after tangling with Angelo Ogbonna.

Nothing doing for Mike Dean.

Good defending from Cheikhou Kouyate to head clear a potentially dangerous cross from Eriksen.

The Danish playmaker then fires home past Randolph after an excellent long pass from Eric Dier. However, the referee's assistant quickly raises his flag for offside. It won't count.

An early warning for West Ham.

West Ham start on the front foot as Hugo Lloris claims an initial cross from record signing Andre Ayew and then gathers Aaron Cresswell's next delivery after it takes an awkward deflection off Jan Vertonghen.

At the other end, full debutant Winks scuffs an early shot well wide.

Referee Mike Dean gets this London derby off and running. Tottenham will kick from right to left in the first half.

No need for away kits today as both sides line up in their home strips. White and navy vs claret and blue.

Addressing Alli's place among the substitutes today, Pochettino said: "Dele is fit, but not 100% and it's good to have him on the bench. He could make a good impact for us."

Dele Alli

Swansea City have now sunk to 20th after being denied a first win under Bob Bradley at Everton. Gylfi Sigurdsson fired home a penalty before half-time, but Seamus Coleman later popped up with an 89th-minute equalising header.

Champions Leicester City conceded within the first 33 seconds during a disappointing 2-1 defeat to Watford. All three goals came in the opening 15 minutes, with Riyad Mahrez netting from the spot after Miguel Britos had fouled Jamie Vardy. However, they could not find a leveller after those early efforts from Etienne Capoue and Roberto Pereyra.

A first-half header from Chelsea loanee Nathan Ake helped Bournemouth to record their first away win of the season and end Stoke's six-match unbeaten run. Bojan smashed a penalty against the crossbar.

While we await kick-off at White Hart Lane, let's take a moment to bring you fully up to speed with events elsewhere in the Premier League today. Arsenal were a long way from their best in their heavyweight lunchtime clash against Manchester United, but substitute Olivier Giroud salvaged a point after his late header cancelled out an earlier effort from Juan Mata.

Leaders Liverpool remain top but could be overtaken by Chelsea tomorrow after being held to a goalless draw at Southampton. Manchester City are now level on points with Jurgen Klopp's side and boast an identical goal difference after winning 2-1 away to Crystal Palace. Midfield outcast Yaya Toure, making his first league start since April, marked his return to the side with a brace that came either side of an equaliser from Connor Wickham.

Struggling Sunderland have moved off the foot of the table after sealing back-to-back victories with a 3-0 triumph over Hull City. Victor Anichebe scored twice after Jermain Defoe's first-half opener and Papy Djilobodji was sent off late on for two bookable offences.


Bilic makes three alterations, punishing Adrian for his clanger against Stoke by dropping him in favour of usual deputy Darren Randolph. Winston Reid, who was not selected by New Zealand for a recent qualifying double-header against New Caledonia due to a low-grade hamstring strain, returns from suspension.

James Collins goes back to the bench, although is evidently fit enough himself after suffering a calf injury while away on Wales duty.

Diafra Sakho
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In attack, Diafra Sakho returns to make his first competitive appearance of the season. The Senegalese forward had been struggling with a lingering back issue. Usual skipper Mark Noble is suspended.

Andy Carroll, Sam Byram, Gokhan Tore, Reece Oxford and Arthur Masuaku are all still sidelined.

Pochettino makes two changes from the team that drew with Arsenal. Kevin Wimmer, who gifted the Gunners a first-half lead with an unfortunate own goal, makes way for midfielder Harry Winks. The 20-year-old academy graduate makes the first Premier League start of his fledgling career.

Up front, Tottenham opt for two strikers and Vincent Janssen starts alongside Harry Kane despite withdrawing from the Netherlands squad for their 3-1 World Cup qualifying victory against Luxembourg. The 22-year-old suffered a concussion and supposedly lost 20 minutes of his memory after being wiped out by Simon Mignolet during a friendly draw with Belgium.

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Heung-Min Son drops to the bench, although midfield trio Victor Wanyama, Moussa Dembele and Christian Eriksen are all deemed fit to start after their own respective injury scares.

Toby Alderweireld, Erik Lamela and Ben Davies remain out and Dele Alli, believed to be nearing full fitness after a knee problem, is not risked from the start ahead of important matches against Monaco and Chelsea.

West Ham XI: Randolph, Antonio, Reid (c), Ogbonna, Cresswell, Kouyate, Obiang, Lanzini, Payet, Ayew, Sakho

Subs: Adrian, Collins, Nordtveit, Fernandes, Feghouli, Zaza, Fletcher

Tottenham XI: Lloris (c), Walker, Dier, Vertonghen, Rose, Wanyama, Dembele, Winks, Eriksen, Kane, Janssen

Subs: Vorm, Carter-Vickers, Trippier, Wimmer, Alli, Onomah, Son

Standby for breaking team news. Confirmed lineups are imminent....

If West Ham were to win today, it would be only a second victory in their last 15 top-flight visits to White Hart Lane. Winston Reid, Ricardo Vaz Te and a fine solo effort from mercurial midfielder Ravel Morrison secured a fine win for then manager Sam Allardyce in October 2013 against a Spurs outfit managed by Andre Villas-Boas.

Ravel Morrison

'AVB' was sacked two months later, shortly before West Ham returned and scored twice in the final 10 minutes to book a Capital One Cup semi-final date with Manchester City.

Last season, Spurs extended their unbeaten run to 12 matches with an emphatic 4-1 home win that saw Kane net a brace. Bilic's men inflicted suitable revenge in March, denying their rivals the chance to top the league thanks to an early goal from Antonio.

Pochettino will be hopeful of ending that run today against a West Ham side that remained just a point above the relegation zone ahead of today's 15.00 GMT kick-offs.

The Hammers were positively wretched earlier in the season amid several issues that arose following their controversial summer move to the Olympic Stadium, with four straight losses leaving them in the bottom three.

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Slaven Bilic has managed to steady the ship somewhat since then, however. As well as beating Chelsea to seal a spot in the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup, his team have lost only one of their five league matches.

They followed up an insipid defeat to Everton by drawing 1-1 at home to Stoke City before the international break. Bojan Krkic's goal for the Potters cancelled out an earlier Dimitri Payet cross that hit Michail Antonio and went in off Glenn Whelan.

Following a fourth consecutive draw against north London rivals Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur return to action following an eventful international break that saw several of their players subject to fresh injury concerns with another derby clash against West Ham United at White Hart Lane.

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While Mauricio Pochettino's side retained their status as the Premier League's last unbeaten team following Harry Kane's second-half penalty at the Emirates Stadium, they are currently in the midst of their longest winless run for 12 years.

Not since impressively ruining Manchester City's 100% league start under Pep Guardiola on 2 October have Spurs tasted victory in any competition. That seven-match sequence includes five draws and defeats at the hands of Liverpool and Bayer Leverkusen.