Manuel Lanzini scored a 94th-minute goal to earn a point for West Ham against London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in a hugely entertaining clash that ended 3-3.
Tottenham looked home and dry after taking a 3–0 lead after just 16 minutes, but a late onslaught from the Hammers ensured they shared the spoils.
Jose Mourinho's men put in a near-perfect first-half performance, with Heung-min Son scoring within the first minute, thanks to a wonderfully over-the-defense pass from Harry Kane.
It was 2-0 seven minutes later as Son turned provider for Kane, who unleashed a shot from just outside the box into the bottom right.
Spurs did not stop as they grabbed a third on the 16th minute, and once again, it was their number 10 with the goal, heading in a Sergio Reguilon cross.
The striker also became the first player in almost a decade to record double figures in goal involvements after just the first five games of a Premier League season.
12 - Harry Kane has now been directly involved in 12 @premierleague goals this season (5 goals, 7 assists), the highest number of direct goal involvements by a player after five games of a single campaign. Resurgent. #TOTWHU pic.twitter.com/SKSwmxCjAi— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 18, 2020
The visitors however scored three goals in the last eight minutes to stun the hosts.
First, Fabian Balbuena headed home a Creswell freekick in the 82nd minute, before a Davinson Sanchez own goal gave the Hammers some hope.
They dug deep and Lanzini delivered the goods in the 94th minute with a wonderful goal from outside the box.
Take a bow Manuel Lanzini. pic.twitter.com/igHGnJn34R— Transfer News (@TransferChecker) October 18, 2020
The draw saw Spurs move to sixth on the standings with eight points, while David Moyes' men are eighth on seven points.
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