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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.