|West Ham:||Lukasz Fabianski, Vladimir Coufal, Craig Dawson, Issa Diop, Aaron Cresswell, Jarrod Bowen (Said Benrahma, min.65), Tomas Soucek, Jesse Lingard (Mark Noble, min.90), Declan Rice, Pablo Fornals (Ben Johnson, min.82) and Michail Antonio|
|Tottenham Hotspur:||Hugo Lloris, Japhet Tanganga (Matt Doherty, min.46), Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier, Sergio Reguilon (Dele Alli, min.77), Lucas Moura, Erik Lamela (Gareth Bale, min.46), Tanguy Ndombele, Pierre Hojbjerg, Heung Min Son and Harry Kane|
|Goals:||Michail Antonio (1-0, min. 5), Jesse Lingard (2-0, min. 47) and Lucas Moura (2-1, min. 64)|
The Hammers strolled past Spurs with a 2-1 win on Sunday at London Stadium. West Ham were looking to continue their run, following a 3-0 victory against Sheffield United. Tottenham Hotspur were beaten 3-0 in the previous match against Manchester City. Following today’s result, West Ham are in 4th place, with 45 points from 25 matches, while Tottenham Hotspur sit in 9th, with 36 points from 25.
West Ham started strongly in the first half, thanks to early goal from Michail Antonio in the 5th minute. Later, West Ham took the lead with a goal form a goal from Jesse Lingard in the 47th minute just before half-time, thereby seeing the first half to a 2-0.
Tottenham Hotspur took the lead in the second half, beginning with Lucas Moura opening the scoring, 64 minutes in, sealing a resounding 2-1 victory for the home side.
Both teams used all their substitutes. For West Ham Said Benrahma, Ben Johnson and Mark Noble came on for Jarrod Bowen, Pablo Fornals and Jesse Lingard, while Spurs brought on Matt Doherty, Gareth Bale and Dele Alli to replace Japhet Tanganga, Erik Lamela and Sergio Reguilon.
There were bookings for Tomas Soucek, Issa Diop, Michail Antonio and Pablo Fornals from The Hammers and Erik Lamela, Pierre Hojbjerg and Sergio Reguilon for Spurs.
West Ham will next travel to Manchester City, while Tottenham Hotspur will face Burnley at home.