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K. Trippier
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S. Byram
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W. Reid
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Commentary

West Ham put a huge dent in Tottenham’s title aspirations with a hard fought win at London Stadium which brings an end to Spurs’ nine game winning streak. Manuel Lanzini got the only goal of the game, drilling the ball home from close range midway through the second half, but Slaven Bilic’s side defended extremely well and restricted Spurs to just a few half-chances throughout the game to secure a deserved win. That’s all from us for today, thanks for joining us and we hope you can join us again soon.
Full-time: West Ham United 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur
Save!!! Snodgrass and Fletcher break forward at pace on the counter attack and the latter is clean through on goal, but Lloris makes himself big and blocks the striker’s effort.
K. Trippier
Yellow Card
Fletcher drives forward on the counter attack and has Snodgrass in acres of space to his right, but the striker is brought to ground by Trippier before he can play the pass out wide, and the Spurs right-back is shown a yellow card for the foul.
E. Fernandes
M. Lanzini
Slaven Bilic is making his third and final change now and the goal scorer Lanzini is given a standing ovation as he is replaced by Edimilson Fernandes.
We’re into the first of five minutes of added time at the end of this game and Spurs aren’t looking too threatening at the minute.
A. Fletcher
J. Calleri
Another change for West Ham now as Calleri leaves the field to be replaced by Ashley Fletcher.
Dembele is fouled by Kouyate midway through the West Ham half but referee Taylor plays advantage as Alli bursts onto the loose ball, but the midfielder gives the ball away almost immediately, prompting Dembele to plead with the referee to go back for the free-kick, but he is not interested and waves play on.
Close! Eriksen shifts the ball onto his left foot and fires an effort towards goal from just outside the penalty area, but it flies narrowly wide of the left-hand upright with Adrian rooted to the spot.
West Ham still look a threat going forward as Lanzini cuts inside onto his right foot before laying the ball off into the path of Noble on the edge of the penalty area, but the West Ham captain doesn’t get a clean connection on his first-time effort and Lloris watches it go wide of the post.
R. Snodgrass
A. Ayew
A first change for West Ham now with Robert Snodgrass coming on to replace Ayew, who is certainly in no rush to make his way off the field.
Eriksen looks to split the West Ham defence with a direct pass in towards Janssen in the West Ham penalty area, but Fonte reads the play extremely well to cut out the danger and prevent the striker from getting into a shooting position.
K. Trippier
K. Walker
A third and final change for Spurs now with Kieran Trippier coming on to replace Walker, who has been far from his best in this game.
The West Ham fans are really enjoying themselves now as Eriksen swings in a deep cross from the left-hand side after his initial corner was cleared by Kouyate, but the ball is too high for any Spurs player and Adrian claims it high above his head before dropping to the floor.
CHANCE!!! A huge chance for West ham to double their lead as Alderweireld gives the ball away to Calleri inside the Spurs penalty area and the striker skips past Dier before firing a right-footed effort towards goal from seven yards out, but Lloris sticks out a strong left hand to keep the ball out.
Janssen is involved almost immediately as he knocks the ball into the path of Alli who is in behind the West Ham defence down the left-hand edge of the penalty area, but the England midfielder only has Kane in support in the middle and his low cross is behind the striker and the chance passes.
V. Janssen
V. Wanyama
Another attacking change from Mauricio Pochettino now as Vincent Janssen comes on to replace Wanyama.
S. Byram
Yellow Card
Byram is shown a yellow card for a foul on the left-hand side and Spurs pack the West Ham penalty area as Eriksen stands over the resultant free-kick, but the delivery is a poor one and Noble easily heads it away in front of the near post.
West Ham look full of confidence now and Lanzini goes in search of a second goal as he knocks the ball past Dembele and onto his right foot before shooting towards goal from 25 yards out, but he slices the effort high and wide of Lloris’s goal.
M. Dembélé
J. Vertonghen
Spurs are going to make a change in an attempt to get back into this game, with Mousa Dembele coming on to replace Vertonghen.
M. Lanzini
Yellow Card
Lanzini has been shown a yellow card in the aftermath of that goal.
A. Ayew
Assist
Ayew will be credited with the assist as he knocked the ball into the path of Lanzini to open the scoring.
M. Lanzini
Goal
GOOOOOOAAAAAAAALLLLLL!!!! The ball bounces around the Spurs penalty area following Cresswell’s cross from the left with Spurs failing to clear the danger, and it falls to Lanzini who smashes it into the back of the net from six yards out to give West Ham the lead.
Save! Eriksen drives into the West Ham half after a clever flick from Kane to set him away into space and the Dane lays the ball off to Son who hits a low, driven effort towards the bottom corner from the right-hand corner of the area, but Adrian gets down well to his right to turn it around the post.
Spurs are really starting to dominate this game in terms of possession now with West Ham settling into a five man defence when Spurs have the ball.
Chance!! Walker plays in Son behind the West Ham defence with a superb crisp pass down the right-hand side and the winger cuts a low cross back towards Eriksen, but he pokes his first-time effort towards goal from eight yards out with very little conviction and Adrian holds on with ease.
Vertonghen just about keeps hold of the ball on the edge of his own penalty area but can only roll the ball straight out of play for a throw-in. There are one or two signs of frustration starting to creep into Spurs’ game now.
Spurs are seeing plenty of the ball now as cries of ‘come on you Spurs’ ring out around London Stadium, but West Ham are defending in numbers and are keeping their shape really well.
Alderweireld is penalised for a push on Calleri just in front of the two managers who are both patrolling the edges of their technical areas.
A half-chance for Ayew now as Byram gets to the byline inside the right-hand edge of the Spurs penalty box and pulls the ball back towards the forward on the edge of the box, but he can’t get his head over the ball and balloons his first-time effort over the bar.
Calleri gets away into space down the left-hand touchline after Walker had strayed forward out of position, but the striker’s inswinging cross is too high for Ayew and curls straight out for a goal kick.
Wanyama controls Walker’s throw-in on his chest and whips in a superb first-time cross which Byram has to head behind for a corner at the back post, but Fonte gets his head to the ball from Davies’s delivery to clear the danger.
West Ham have made a really good start to this second half with Cresswell and Lanzini linking up close to the left-hand corner flag in the Spurs half, but the attack comes to nothing as the left-back runs the ball straight out of play for a goal kick under good pressure from Son.
Kick-off! Anthony Taylor blows his whistle and West Ham get the second half underway.
Slaven Bilic will be asking for more of the same from his side in the second half, as they’ve looked extremely well organised in defence and have caused Spurs several problems going forward. Mauricio Pochettino meanwhile may well turn to Mousa Dembele or Moussa Sissoko early in the second period in an attempt to get more of a foothold in the game as Spurs have been far from their best so far.
No goals at London Stadium but both sides have had chances to open the scoring, with Lanzini getting in behind the Spurs defence on a couple of occasions at one end, while Kane was only denied by an outstanding save by Adrian at the other.
Half-time: West Ham 0-0 Spurs
We’re into two minutes of added time at the end of this first half.
Jan Vertonghen surges forward into the West Ham half and lays the ball off to Alli, but the midfielder has very little option other than to roll the ball backwards towards his own half, with West Ham looking extremely well organised in defence.
Kane shows good strength to hold off Reid just inside the left-hand edge of the West Ham penalty box, but his low cross is well blocked by West Ham who have several players back inside their own penalty area. Spurs have really struggled to get numbers into the middle when Kane has been dragged out wide in this half.
The intensity of the game has just dropped again in the last five minutes or so with both sets of players perhaps having half an eye on half-time.
W. Reid
Yellow Card
Reid looks to bring the ball up into the Spurs half but just lets it run away from him before lunging in on Wanyama to win it back. The West Ham centre-back looks to have come off second best from the challenge but it doesn’t prevent him being shown a yellow card by referee Taylor.
Dier gives the ball away cheaply straight to Kouyate just outside his own penalty box and the midfielder has space ahead of him to shoot, but he can’t get the ball out of his feet properly and ends up scuffing his effort well wide of the left-hand post.
Eriksen is finally starting to get into the game as he picks up the ball 25 yards out from goal and shifts it onto his left-foot before shooting towards goal, but the effort goes harmlessly wide of Adrian’s goal.
Noble and Lanzini link up well down the left-hand side before the latter drives in field and looks to play Calleri in behind the Spurs defence, but the pass is intercepted and Spurs regain possession.
Christian Eriksen has been unusually quiet so far but he plays a neat ball down the left-hand channel for Kane to chase and the England striker gets on the end of it, but he has very little support in the middle and West Ham are back in numbers to cut out the danger.
Both sets of fans are really getting behind their sides at the minute and the players are responding with both sides looking much more of a threat in the last few minutes as the intensity of the game has increased.
This game has suddenly come to life as Toby Alderweireld hits a low, first-time effort narrowly wide of Adrian’s goal from 25 yards out. Slaven Bilic meanwhile still doesn’t look too happy with the officials as he seems to think Lloris may have used a hand outside of the his box to prevent Lanzini moments ago.
Chance!! A chance for West Ham as Lanzini is played clean through on goal and looks to take the ball around Lloris, but the Spurs keeper just gets his knee to the ball outside of his area and knocks it away from Lanzini, and although the ball falls straight to Kouyate the midfielder can only slice his first-time effort well wide of the goal.
Winston Reid plays a long ball over the top of the Spurs defence from inside his own half and Calleri shows good pace to get on the end of it down the right-hand side of the penalty box, but the flag goes up against the striker for offside.
That moment seems to have given Spurs a much needed lift as they have really struggled to get going in this game. Their fans though are making plenty of noise still.
SAVE!! Wonderful save from Adrian!! The West Ham keeper fails to hold on to Kane’s 25-yard effort before Jose Fonte does extremely well to block Son Heung-min’s effort on the rebound, but the ball falls back to Kane who drills it low towards goal from 15 yards out, but Adrian bounces back to his feet to turn the ball over the bar with his leg.
Walker drives into the West Ham half down the right-hand side and wins a free-kick from Kouyate close to halfway, but Spurs choose to just roll the backwards and retain possession as they continue to search for more control in this game.
Neither side have really got going in this game so far but West Ham have certainly made life uncomfortable for Spurs in the early stages and are trying to take the game to them.
M. Noble
Yellow Card
Mark Noble goes flying in late on Eric Dier just inside the Spurs half and referee Anthony Taylor awards Spurs a free-kick as well as showing the West Ham captain a yellow card.
Lanzini picks himself up to take the free-kick and Cheikhou Kouyate gets his head to the ball, but he can’t generate enough power to beat Hugo Lloris from eight yards out.
K. Walker
Yellow Card
Kyle Walker is shown a yellow card for a late tackle on Lanzini midway through the Spurs half.
West Ham are looking pretty sharp on the ball at the minute and Cresswell gets in behind the Spurs defence down the left-hand side and looks to stand up a cross towards Sam Byram who’s arriving late at the back post, but Davies sticks with him well and heads the ball away from danger. That’s certainly given the home crowd a lift though.
West Ham are awarded a free-kick 35 yards out from goal on the right-hand side following a foul on Lanzini by Wanyama, but the cross from the free-kick is a poor one and goes straight out of play for a Spurs goal kick.
Dele Alli and Ben Davies link up close to the left-hand touchline before the latter whips in a dangerous cross towards Kane, but the ball is too high for the striker and Aaron Cresswell can head it away from danger at the back post.
The first real opening of the game falls to West Ham as Andre Ayew plays the ball into the path of Manuel Lanzini who has space ahead of him down the left-hand edge of the Spurs penalty area, but he goes for goal and pulls his left-footed shot across the face of goal and wide, when he may have been better looking to pick out Jonathan Calleri who was unmarked in the middle.
Harry Kane has the first effort of the game as he goes for goal from 35 yards out, but he drags his low shot well wide of the West Ham goal.
Both sets of fans are making plenty of noise in the opening stages of this London derby, but Spurs have made the brighter start albeit without looking too threatening so far.
Kick-off! Victor Wanyama gets the game underway for Spurs.
The players are making their way through the tunnel and out onto the pitch. Kick-off is not far away now.
Kane scored a dramatic late double, including a 91st minute winner from the penalty spot, as Spurs came from behind to win 3-2 when the two sides met at White Hart Lane earlier in the season, with Harry Winks also getting on the scoresheet for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
Spurs make just one change to their side that beat Arsenal, as Kyle Walker replaces Kieran Trippier at right-back.
West Ham make three changes from their 0-0 draw with Stoke last time out, all of which come in midfield, with Sam Byram, Aaron Cresswell and Mark Noble replacing Edimilson Fernandes, Arthur Masuaku and Havard Nordtveit.
Subs: Vorm, Trippier, Wimmer, Dembele, N’koudou, Sissoko, Janssen
Spurs (4-2-3-1): Lloris; Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies; Dier, Wanyama; Eriksen, Alli, Son; Kane
Subs: Randolph, Nordtveit, Feghouli, Snodgrass, Fletcher, Fernandes, Rice
Teams: West Ham (3-4-2-1): Adrian; Fonte, Reid, Collins; Byram, Kouyate, Noble, Cresswell; Lanzini, Ayew; Calleri
The most recent of those wins was a 2-0 victory over Arsenal in the North London Derby, with Dele Alli and Harry Kane getting the goals to take their Premier League goal tallies to 17 and 21 respectively this season.
Spurs meanwhile will be looking to close the gap on leaders Chelsea down to just a single point, and have won their last nine Premier League games.
Their recent home form has been relatively disappointing though, winning just two league matches at London Stadium in 2017.
West Ham come into the game on the back of three consecutive draws and they currently sit in 15th in the Premier League table, seven points clear of the relegation zone.
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