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M. Antonio
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J. Lingard
Pablo Fornals
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M. Antonio
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The Hammers have plenty of momentum ahead of travelling to runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City next weekend. Meanwhile, Tottenham look to respond when they face Wolfsberg in the second leg of their Europa League tie on Wednesday.
West Ham climb into the Champions League places after Michail Antonio and Jesse Lingard strike at the start of each half to give them a hard-earned 2-1 victory over Tottenham in the Premier League. Lucas Moura pulled a goal back for Spurs, but they have now lost six of their last eight games in all competitions. For David Moyes, there is the added satisfaction of a first-ever win against a side managed by Jose Mourinho.
90' + 6' FULL-TIME: WEST HAM 2-1 TOTTENHAM
M. Noble
J. Lingard
90' + 4' The Hammers look to run the clock down as Lingard makes way for Mark Noble.
90' + 2' OFF THE POST! The woodwork denies Spurs again! In bizarre circumstances, Coufal's attempted clearance ricochets off Son and loops towards the far post. However, the ball strikes the upright with Fabianski struggling to get across and West Ham clear.
90' There are going to be five minutes of stoppage time at the end of this game. Can Tottenham find a dramatic equaliser or will West Ham hang on?
88' Spurs turn up the pressure and force a corner, which Bale whips into the box. However, the West Ham defence stands firm and deals with the set-piece. They must maintain their concentration levels, however.
85' After receiving the required attention, Coufal returns to the pitch for the final few minutes at the London Stadium.
84' A worry for West Ham. Coufal stays down following a collision with Fabianski as they looked to deal with a dangerous Tottenham cross. The medical team are quickly on to see to the defender, who should be fine to continue.
B. Johnson
Pablo Fornals
81' A defensive change for the Hammers with Fornals making way for Ben Johnson.
79' OFF THE BAR! So unlucky! First, Rice does brilliantly to somehow clear Kane's dangerous low cross with Alli lurking. However, the danger is not over and Kane lays the ball to the edge of the area, where Bale unleashes a speed-of-light first-time strike that crashes against the bar with Fabianski clutching at thin air. That would have been a contender for goal of the season.
D. Alli
Reguilón
77' A very attacking change by Mourinho, who introduces Dele Alli in favour of Reguilon.
75' Kane certainly enjoys playing West Ham. The England skipper has scored 11 goals in 15 Premier League appearances against the Hammers. Leicester City are the only side he has found the net against more times in the English top flight.
73' JUST WIDE! Kane is whiskers away from equalising! Receiving the ball on the edge of the area, the England captain shifts it onto his left foot before seeing his low drive flash inches wide of the post.
Pablo Fornals
Yellow Card
72' Fornals is the next player into the book after accidentally stamping on the foot on Ndombele.
71' The momentum is definitely with Tottenham as we enter the final 20 minutes at the London Stadium. Can they find the equaliser or will West Ham hold on?
M. Antonio
Yellow Card
69' After he is penalised, Antonio takes his protest too far and goes into the book.
67' Almost! Kane sends in another teasing cross from the right, which is a sliding Lucas is just unable to connect with and the ball runs behind for a goal kick. 
S. Benrahma
J. Bowen
65' West Ham turn straight to the bench, introducing Said Benrahma with Bowen making way.
G. Bale
Assist
64' Bale's corner was well-met by Lucas, who has halved the deficit.
Lucas Moura
Goal
64' LUCAS!!! 2-1! Hope for Tottenham as the Brazilian meets Bale's corner at the near post to place a wonderful header past the helpless Fabianski.
I. Diop
Yellow Card
62' Diop drags down Lucas and goes into the book.
61' Another good take from Fabianski. Kane whips a dangerous cross in from the right flank, but the outstretched West Ham keeper does well to gather.
59' CLOSE! Tottenham are awarded a free-kick on the edge of the box, which Kane steps up to take. The England captain whips in a fierce delivery that flashes just wide of the post.
T. Souček
Yellow Card
56' Soucek has his name taken after catching Kane with a late challenge.
55' Bale does have fond memories of facing West Ham from his first spell with Tottenham. Who could forget his unstoppable last-minute winner when the sides met at Upton Park in February 2013?
53' With his first real involvement since coming on, Bale sends a deep cross towards the far post looking for Kane. However, Coufal is well-placed to head away in the nick of time.
51' As for Tottenham, this would be a sixth defeat from eight in all competitions. Can the visitors respond?
49' We are still early in the second half, but West Ham are well on course for a fifth victory in their last six games at home. The Hammers would also climb into the Champions League places should this scoreline remain.
Pablo Fornals
Assist
47' Fornals returned the ball to Lingard, who did the rest in emphatic fashion.
J. Lingard
Goal
47' LINGARD!!! WHAT A STRIKE! 2-0 WEST HAM! What a start to the second half by the Hammers! Receiving the return ball from Fornals, Lingard bursts into the area before firing across Lloris and into the far corner. Originally denied by the offside flag, VAR eventually rules that the goal is legitimate and the hosts have breathing space.
46' Spurs get the ball rolling again in this second half.
M. Doherty
J. Tanganga
46' Matt Doherty is also sent in by Tottenham with Tanganga making way.
G. Bale
E. Lamela
46' Tottenham make a double-change at the break. The first sees Gareth Bale introduced in favour of Lamela.
Meanwhile, it took 43 minutes for Spurs to register their first shot on target. Although their overall attacking play has been threatening, they will definitely be looking to test Fabianski more frequently after the break.
Michail Antonio's early strike separates the two sides at half-time. West Ham made a bright start to the contest and deserve their lead following a solid first-half display.
45' + 4' HALF-TIME: WEST HAM 1-0 TOTTENHAM
45' + 2' SMART SAVE! Spurs turn up the pressure as the clock ticks down in this first half. Although the angle is tight, Kane does well to unleash a powerful low shot that Fabianski does well to block.
45' + 1' We are going to have three additional minutes at the end of this first half.
Reguilón
Yellow Card
44' Reguilon is booked for a trip on Bowen. It looked a little harsh and it is fair to say that the Spurs left-back is not happy.
43' Good save! The ball is neatly worked to the edge of the box, where Lamela bends one towards the far corner. Thankfully for West Ham, Fabianski gets across his goal well and holds on.
P. Højbjerg
Yellow Card
42' Hojbjerg goes into the book for a late challenge on Lingard.
40' We are into the final five minutes of this first half at the London Stadium. West Ham still a goal to the good thanks to Antonio's early strike.
38' GOOD SAVE! Dawson climbs well to meet Cresswell's corner. There is plenty of power on the centre-half's header and Lloris does well to tip it over the crossbar.
E. Lamela
Yellow Card
36' Lamela receives the first yellow card of the game after a late challenge on Diop.
34' Soucek in need of further attention as the wound above his eye appears to have opened again. The West Ham medical team quickly tape it up and apply grease that enables the West Ham midfielder to quickly return to the action.
32' You have to go back to April 2019 for the last time that West Ham tasted victory over Tottenham in the Premier League. The Hammers have certainly been good value for their lead so far.
30' OUCH! To his own detriment, Tanganga throws himself in the way of Cresswell's attempted cross. The young full-back takes a moment to recover, but is soon back on his feet. That looked incredibly painful in all fairness.
28' Tottenham are awarded a free-kick near the penalty area after Reguilon's attempted cross is blocked by the arm of Bowen. Son whips the ball in, but it is not the best and West Ham clear.
26' You have to go back to the 2013-14 season for the last time that Spurs failed to win either league game in a campaign against West Ham. Can they turn things around here?
24' After receiving the treatment needed, Soucek returns to the action and West Ham are back to full-strength. Although, Spurs have grown into the contest over the past few minutes.
22' West Ham, of course, are down to 10 men for the time being, but they have coped in Soucek's absence so far and just need to maintain their discipline.
20' There is no questioning the impact that Soucek has had on West Ham this season. The Czech is the Hammers' leading scorer in all competitions with eight goals.
18' With blood still pouring from his wound, Soucek makes his way down the tunnel - assumingly for more treatment and to change his shirt. Although, he will certainly be hoping to continue here.
16' We have a break in play as Soucek is in need of attention following a clash of heads with Sanchez in the West Ham area. The medical team are quickly on to tend to the Czech, who has a nasty cut just above his left eye.
14' Bowen almost in at the other end as he looks to latch onto a long ball over the top of the Spurs defence. Although onside, the former Hull City man is unable to get it under control quickly enough and the visitors clear.
13' CLOSE! Lamela leads the Spurs counter with a powerful surge deep into the West Ham half. He feeds the ball to Kane, whose effort swerves just wide of the target.
12' Lingard has enjoyed a promising start to his loan stint with the Hammers. He scored twice on his debut in the victory over Aston Villa, but will have been disappointed not to add to his tally there.
10' SHOOT! Antonio skips away from Winks and embarks on a dangerous run into the heart of the Spurs defence, before feeding Lingard. The Manchester United loanee has the opportunity to shoot with his left foot, but pokes the ball towards the far post with his right aiming to execute a return pass to Antonio. The ball runs behind for a goal kick.
9' Tottenham playing catch-up already here. Today marks Mourinho's 50th Premier League match in charge of the North London club. Ironically, his first also came at this stadium, where Spurs earned a narrow 3-2 victory in November 2019.
7' Not a bad way to mark your return from injury! Antonio was in the right place at the right time for West Ham, who have the early goal at the London Stadium.
M. Antonio
Goal
5' ANTONIO!!! 1-0 WEST HAM! The Hammers lead after just five minutes! Bowen whips in a delicious ball from the right that is met by Antonio, whose volley is kept out by Lloris. But the Tottenham keeper is powerless as the West Ham forward tucks in the rebound.
3' It is worth noting that Mourinho has never lost against Moyes in all competitions - winning nine and drawing six. That is the most times he has ever faced another manager without losing.
1' Referee Craig Pawson blows his whistle and West Ham get the match underway.
The teams are making their way out onto the pitch and kick-off is moments away.
The form book definitely favours West Ham in this game. The Hammers are unbeaten in three, while Spurs have lost five of their last seven in all competitions.
As for Spurs, Jose Mourinho makes seven changes to the side that began the Europa League victory over Wolfsberg in midweek. Hugo Lloris, Eric Dier, Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min are the only players to survive the cut, while there are recalls for Harry Kane and Tanguy Ndombele. Gareth Bale, Dele Alli and Moussa Sissoko drop to the bench.
David Moyes makes two changes to the side that beat Sheffield United on Monday. Michael Antonio returns to lead the line, while Pablo Fornals is also recalled. Ben Johnson and Manuel Lanzini drop to the bench.
SUBS: Joe Hart, Toby Alderweireld, Ben Davies, Matt Doherty, Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko, Dele Alli, Gareth Bale, Carlos Vinicius.
TOTTENHAM (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris (captain); Japhet Tanganga, Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier, Jose Reguilon; Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Tanguy Ndombele; Lucas Moura, Erik Lamela, Son Heung-min; Harry Kane.
SUBS: Darren Randolph, Ben Johnson, Fabian Balbuena, Frederik Alves, Mark Noble, Manuel Lanzini, Said Benrahma, Mipo Odubeko, David Martin.
WEST HAM (4-2-3-1): Lukasz Fabianski; Vladimir Coufal, Issa Diop, Craig Dawson, Aaron Cresswell; Tomas Soucek, Declan Rice; Jarred Bowen, Jesse Lingard, Pablo Fornals; Michail Antonio.
Six points separate the capital club ahead of this showdown at the London Stadium. With 42 points, fifth-place West Ham are enjoying their best tally in a top-flight season since the 1985-86 campaign. Meanwhile, Spurs find themselves ninth on 36, but still with time for a late rally to push themselves up the table.
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