Harry Kane second-half goal plus a West Ham own-goal ensured Tottenham claim three points in a 2-0 scoreline encounter, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Tottenham coming from their draw against United was the strongest side in the game as they almost scored early.
The first 45 provided so many chances or Spurs to have scored so many goals but they were unable to convert.
Lucas Moura long range strike forced a save from Lukasz Fabianski before Harry Kane also went close.
Heung-Min Son thought he had given Tottenham the lead in the 45 minutes but his goal was ruled out for offside by VAR.
The first half ended goalless as both teams couldn’t record any goal despite creating plenty of chances.
Second Half Report
Eric Dier failed to hit the target from his shot after just 46 minutes into the second half of the game.
Harry Kane was booked after committing a foul in the 51st minute with Spurs controlling the game.
Tomas Soucek blunder gave Tottenham the lead in the 64 minutes but not until it was reviewed by VAR.
The goal saw Spurs took a 1-0 lead which they were so eager to get despite putting lots of pressure on West Ham.
The second goal came later in the game as Harry Kane struck brilliantly from a Heung-min Son assist to make it 2-0.
Three points for Tottenham gives them hope of Champions League football next season as they fight for top 4.
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