Half A Dozen Goals Created, Tottenham Failed To Beat West Ham

Half a dozen goals created, Tottenham failed to beat West Ham

Son Heung-min - Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League

London - Tottenham Hotspur dramatically failed to reach full points at home to West Ham United in the fifth week of the Premier League. Having won 3-0 in the first half, Jose Mourinho's men had to settle for a 3-3 draw.

These results brought Tottenham up to sixth in the Premier League standings with eight points. While West Ham are two levels below with seven points.

Playing at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Sunday (10/18/2020) evening WIB, Harry Kane scored a fast goal when the match was less than a minute. Son Heung-Min's shot in the penalty box gave the hosts the lead.

1-0 score did not last long. Because seven minutes later, it was Kane's turn from outside the penalty box that tore West Ham's goal.

Winning 2-0, making Tottenham continue to pound the visitors' defense. In the 16th minute, Kane's header to welcome Sergio Reguilon gave the Spurs the third goal and the score lasted 3-0 until halftime.

Behind three goals did not make West Ham discouraged. David Moyes' squad continued to appear attacking to score a goal back. As a result, buying and selling attacks took place.

In the 72nd minute, Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho played Gareth Bale who replaced Steven Bergwijn. The new player brought in from Real Madrid has a chance to score a goal. However, Bale's free kick can still be anticipated by goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

West Ham's effort to score a goal paid off in the 82nd minute through Fabian Balbuena's header after taking advantage of Aaron Cresswell's free kick. Three minutes later, Davinso Sanchez's own goal left West Ham 2-3 behind Tottenham.

Until finally Manuel Lanzini in the 90 + 4 minute ruined Tottenham's victory. Lanzini's speculative shot from outside the penalty box enters the top left corner of the goal and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris can't anticipate. The match ended 3-3.

Tottenham (4-3-3): Hugo Lloris; Serge Aurier, Davinson Sanchez, Toby Alderweireld, Sergio Reguilon; Moussa Sissoko, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Tanguy Ndombele; Steven Bergwijn, Harry Kane, Son Heung-min.

West Ham (5-4-1): Lukasz Fabianski; Vladimir Coufal, Fabian Balbuena, Angelo Ogbonna, Aaron Cresswell; Arthur Masuaku; Jarrod Bowen, Tomas Soucek, Declan Rice, Pablo Fornals; Michail Antonio.

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