Tottenham 1 West Ham 1
Heung-Min Son’s late equaliser saved Tottenham from their second defeat by West Ham at Wembley this season.
The South Korean netted seven minutes from time to cancel out a 35-yard rocket from Hammers midfielder Pedro Obiang in a game Spurs dominated.
Spurs were immediately on the front foot, with Davinson Sanchez’s attempt charged down at close range and Harry Kane having a goal ruled out for offside.
Hammers goalkeeper Adrian dived to foil both Kane and Son before producing a superb tip-over when Christian Eriksen’s drive took a deflection off Angelo Ogbonna.
It was a similar story in the second half as Son, Dele Alli and Eriksen all went close, while Kane’s appeals for a penalty went unheeded after he appeared to be bundled over by Pablo Zabaleta.
But the visitors grabbed a shock lead with 20 minutes left as Obiang collected Arthur Masuaku’s pass and cracked an unstoppable drive into the roof of the net.
Spurs made two quick substitutions and it was one of the new arrivals, Erik Lamela, who set up Son to drill the equaliser past Adrian from the edge of the box.
And, although Tottenham pressed hard for a winner, the Hammers might have won it when Hugo Lloris denied substitute Andre Ayew late on.
Tottenham: Lloris; Aurier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies (Llorente 82); Sissoko (Lamela 74), Dier (Wanyama 74); Eriksen, Alli, Son; Kane.