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Tottenham 1-1 West Ham Utd


Filed: Thursday, 4th January 2018
By: Staff Writer


It was a game featuring two teams that had played just 48 hours previously - and a match that took two fantastic strikes to lift it from the mire.

West Ham completed another good week's work by extending their 2018 points haul to four following Tuesday's win against West Bromwich Albion, in a game consisting of two teams that looked particularly tired as a result of the congested fixture list.

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And they were so close to making it six out of six when Pedro Obiang's 70th-minute thunderbolt, completely out of nowhere and totally against the run of play, gave David Moyes' side a late lead.

However Tottenham were to be rewarded for their endeavour when Song Heung-min snatched an equaliser six minutes from the end of normal time to deny West Ham a second win at Wembley this season.

We'll have a full match report for you soon...





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