Pitch invader takes free-kick during Tottenham's win over West Ham

Christian Eriksen's set-piece was hijacked by the fan, who drew a save from Hammers goalkeeper Adrian before being led away by stewards
Tottenham were reduced to 10 men against West Ham at Upton Park on Saturday but that didn't stop one pitch invader trying to even up the numbers.

Christian Eriksen was lining up a free-kick in the 63rd minute but the Denmark international was stopped in his tracks as the pitch invader ran towards the ball and clipped an effort towards goal.

Despite being pursued by a steward, the fan was able to get his effort on target and draw a save from Adrian, while Eriksen's subsequent effort flew over the crossbar.

The pitch invader led away by stewards

Kyle Naughton was sent off for Tottenham before the break for a handball in the area but Mark Noble was unable to get his penalty on target.

West Ham were unable to capitalise on their numerical advantage and their efforts weren't helped by James Collins' dismissal after the defender brought down Emmanuel Adebayor.

Eric Dier, a summer arrival from Sporting, netted the winner in the 90th minute for Mauricio Pochettino's side.