Tottenham draw to West Ham as Lanzini scores dramatic equaliser

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We were right in including this Tottenham – West Ham among games you should not miss this weekend. Hammers made a stunning comeback to secure a 3-3 on Sunday.

Were are just on matchday 5 of the Premier League but this draw between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham could be one of the best games of the season.

Son Heung-Min gave the lead to Spurs quickly at the first minute of the game on a beautiful assist of Harry Kane. And Three Lions forward made it two seven minutes later before scoring his brace at the 16th minute.

Jose Mourinho’s men kept this advantage until the half-time.

Harry Kane celebrating one his goals.
Harry Kane celebrating one his goals.

However, Hammers managed to limit the storm in the second half by defending well till Gareth Bale’s entrance on the pitch at the 70th minute. And former Real Madrid star failed to score the fourth goal for Spurs after a wonderful action in the spot as his strike went wide of the net.

It was just the beginning of a dramatic night for Tottenham as Fabian Balbuena reduced the scoring at the 82nd minute.

Things went quickly in such a way that Spurs conceded the second goal three minutes later with Columbian centre-back Davinson Sanchez scoring an own goal as he wished to clear the ball with a header.

West Ham players after the third goal scored by Manuel Lanzini.

The big blow occured at in the stoppage-time as Manuel Lanzini smashed a stunning long-range strike to beat Hugo Lloris and scored Hammers’ third goal. Unbelievable.

It is the first time in Premier League history that a club is not defeated after conceding three goals until the 81st minute, Opta reveals.

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