Spurs raced into a 2-0 lead at the London Stadium courtesy of a Kane brace, and appeared to be cruising when Christian Eriksen added a third after the break.
But Javier Hernandez pulled one back before Serge Aurier marked his full Spurs league debut with a needless red card.
That left the visitors
“Until their first goal we were there. “Then Antonio went off, they scored and we lost our shape. They scored another before we got it back. “Kane? Best compliment I can give him is we played with three centre-backs and they had very good game, but still Kane was lethal. “He decided the game. He
The north Londoners have enjoyed their football on the road this term, having taken nine points from their three engagements in 2017-18.
Spurs coasted into a 3-0 lead, with Harry Kane netting twice in the space of five first half minutes before Christian Eriksen added the third on the hour.
Javier Hernandez struck
“He’s [Kane] very similar to Teddy,” said Jamie Redknapp. “Not blessed with blistering pace but an incredible football brain, someone who picks the right pass at the right time.” “He didn’t have his [Kane’s] pace!” Pardew chipped in. “He was as quick as Harry Kane’s mum!” Pardew added, pointing at Sheringham.
Carroll made his second start at West Brom last weekend since returning from five months out with a groin injury and is set to lead the line again at the London Stadium.
West Ham have got the better of Spurs in this fixture for the last two seasons running and Carroll could be key
Moussa Sissoko isn’t exactly the sweetheart of Tottenham. The £30million club-record signing has endured a testing time in north London since completing his move from Newcastle last summer. Sissoko has been selected by Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino as he bids to prevent the Hammers from securing a third consecutive home victory over their London rivals.
Tottenham’s Jan Vertonghen is preparing for a scrap against Andy Carroll on Saturday but says he is not afraid of the West Ham striker. Carroll made his second start at West Brom last weekend since returning from five months out with a groin injury and is set to lead the line again at the London
“To know better in between them, to speak in a different way. That creates links between them, emotion. “And when you must fight in a competition, there’s willingness to help more your team-mates and care more for your team-mates. “And care more for the gaffer that pays the bill! It’s so important and we need
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino treated the club to a steak dinner on Wednesday night to help fill it with the togetherness he believes is required to win titles this season. Pochettino paid for a party of around 50, which included players, staff and Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, to eat at the Beast restaurant on London’s
“Manchester City and Manchester United’s duel at the top of the Premier League table will continue this weekend”
The former Liverpool and Ireland defender has put his neck on the line once again in his latest BBC Sport column. There are some big matches coming up over the weekend, including