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Post-match inteview: David Moyes v Tottenham [audio]


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


David Moyes admitted that he was "thrilled" to leave Wembley with a point - even though the Hammers were just six minutes away from taking all three against Tottenham tonight.

Pedro Obiang's scorcher gave West Ham the lead with United's first shot of the game just 20 minutes from time, before Song Heung-min levelled for Spurs with 84 minutes on the clock.

Despite that late disappointment, Moyes felt his team came away from the game with "great credit", telling Sky Sports: "It was a really good result for us, we had to work really hard and we're thrilled to come away with a point."

Hear what the manager had to say about the evening's events during his post-match interview with Sky, below...

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*David Moyes: post-match press conference


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