Tottenham and West Ham was always going to be a tough game for both sides.
Tottenham started the game trying to keep possession. However, West Ham's pressure on spurs proved to be working when Kouyaté scored in the 22nd minute after Dembélé lost possession on the edge of the 18yard box.
Later on in the match it appeared to be West Ham who were getting the three points, as Sakho scored from a Mark Noble cross.
With just 9 minutes left (exc stoppage time) Tottenham left back Danny Rose scored. Once they got the goal, Spurs went on the offensive and in the 96th minute Harry Kane won a penalty. While hammers keeper Adrian looked to have saved the penalty and West Ham's 3 points, Harry Kane scored from the rebound. Making the score 2-2.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce felt aggrieved by the penalty and decided that "We're (West Ham) not getting rewards for our honesty". Spurs knew it was important to get something during the game as they're next few fixtures come thick and fast with one against Fiorentina in the week and the Capital One Cup final at the weekend.
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