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Tottenham 3-3 West Ham LIVE! Latest result reaction from Mourinho plus Premier League gameweek 5 news, results

Welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Sunday’s Premier League action.

Sunday serves up four top-flight games for us, kicking off at Bramall Lane as Sheffield United and Fulham drew 1-1. Then it was on to Selhurst Park for the M23 derby between Crystal Palace and Brighton, with another 1-1 stalemate.

Another derby follows – this time a London one – as Tottenham raced into a three-goal lead against West Ham, but somehow ended up drawing 3-3. Leicester City and Aston Villa round off the action at the King Power this evening.

Alongside those four games, we will also have all the latest news and reaction from the rest of gameweek 5 as Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool all dropped points, with Manchester United picking up a much-needed win at Newcastle.

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FULL-TIME | Tottenham 3-3 West Ham |

What a game. Incredible from West Ham. 


GOAL! | Tottenham 3-3 West Ham | Manuel Lanzini 90+4′

Oh. My. Word.

This is the goal of the season, I tell ya. 25 yards, first time, cuts across it, in off the bar. Magic and what a turnaround!  

Tottenham 3-2 West Ham 

90+2 mins: Bale almost seals it! 

​The Welshman weaves brilliantly past Ogbonna but is stretching as he tries to finish and steers it wide. 

Tottenham 3-2 West Ham 

90 mins: There’ll be four minutes added…


GOAL! | Tottenham 3-2 West Ham | Davinson Sanchez (OG) 85′ 

Cat, pigeons. 

Out of nothing, we have a game. Coufal crosses from the right and Sanchez is the defender at the near post. There’s not a West Ham man near him but he feels he’s got to try and cut it out. Instead, he only succeeds in steering it into his own goal. 


GOAL! | Tottenham 3-1 West Ham | Fabian Balbuena 83′ 

​Little more than a consolation you’d think but a fine header from the defender, who meets Creswell’s free-kick and gives Lloris no chance. 

Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

79 mins: Off the post! 

A glimpse of things to come as Son drives with the ball and uses Bale’s run as a decoy to feed Kane, who meets it first time with a cracking left-foot curler but it clips the outside of the woodwork with Fabianski well-beaten. 

Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

73 mins: Gareth Bale jogs onto the pitch and straight over to take the free-kick that Bergwijn had just won. It’s on target but very comfortable for Fabianski. 


Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

72 mins: Here he comes. Gareth Bale is on for his second Tottenham debut, replacing Bergwijn. 

It’s a double change, too, as Harry Winks replaces Ndombele. 

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Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

65 mins: The game’s gone a little flat but that could change soon because Gareth Bale is out for a warm-up…

Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

62 mins: Not far away from the hat-trick! Harry Kane picks it up and drives, trying to catch Fabianski out at the near post again but the Pole palms it behind for a corner.


Tottenham 3-0 West Ham | Dan Kilpatrick at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

West Ham are much improved since half-time and should really have pulled a goal back through Fornals. Davinson Sanchez, playing on the left side of defence, feels like the weak link for Spurs, who are missing Eric Dier with a slight muscle strain.

Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

56 mins: West Ham are up in arms now as Bowen tries to race clear and is checked by the covering Reguilon. Nothing doing. 

Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

50 mins: How’s he missed?! 

​Michail Antonio dips inside and crashes towards the far corner. It takes a little deflection and pretty much turns into a back post cross to Fornals, who attacks it, empty net, a yard out, and can’t believe it as the ball flies off his head and over the bar. 

David Moyes can’t believe it. 

Photo: Getty

Tottenham 3-0 West Ham 

48 mins: Decent chance for the Hammers at the start of the half as Soufal’s cross isn’t dealt with and Soucek goes for the acrobatic volley but doesn’t connect. 


KICK-OFF! | Tottenham 3-0 West Ham | 

We’re back underway…

Record-breaker Kane

Harry Kane has now got five goals and seven assists in five league games this season (well, four and a half). According to Opta, no player in Premier League history has had more goal involvements at this stage of the season.

Thierry Henry held the record previously, with 11 during the first five games of the 2004/05 season. 

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Palace star Ayew tests positive for Covid

Crystal Palace striker Jordan Ayew has tested positive for coronavirus, Roy Hodgson has confirmed.

The Ghanaian returned from the international break and returned a positive test on Friday, with Hodgson less than pleased that it appears Ayew contracted Covid-19 while away with his national side.

Photo: Getty

Countryman Bernard Mensah, from Besiktas, also tested positive when he returned to his club after the break.

Ayew was absent from the Palace squad as they drew 1-1 with rivals Brighton thanks to Alexis Mac Allister’s last leveller. Palace did not manage a shot on target in open play. 

“Unfortunately, he tested positive for Covid in our last test on Friday,” Hodgson said.

“He’s been away with Ghana, which we weren’t exactly delighted to accept that he had to do. Like several other Ghanaian players I believe when they have gone back to their clubs they have tested positive.

“Now we have to follow the relative government and Premier League guidelines before we see him again.

“I don’t know [when we’ll have him back]. Don’t ask me to stand here and explain all of the Premier League government guidelines when it comes to Covid.”


Tottenham 3-0 West Ham | Dan Kilpatrick at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

This game was more or less over as a contest after 17 minutes thanks to the devastating Kane and Son but there is still plenty to look forward to, including a potential second debut for Gareth Bale.

There are surely more goals in this, with neither side looking convincing defensively.


HALF-TIME | Tottenham 3-0 West Ham |

Tottenham, and Harry Kane in particular, has been absolutely terrific. 

Gameweek 5 fixtures and results

Saturday, October 17 Kick-off How to watch
Everton 2-2 Liverpool 12.30pm BT Sport
Chelsea 3-3 Southampton 3pm BT Sport Box Office
Man City 1-0 Arsenal 5.30pm Sky Sports
Newcastle 1-4 Man United 8pm Sky Sports Box Office
Sunday, October 18    
Sheffield Utd 1-1 Fulham 12pm BT Sport Box Office
Crystal Palace 1-1 Brighton 2pm Sky Sports
Tottenham 3-3 West Ham 4.30pm Sky Sports
Leicester vs Aston Villa 7.15pm Sky Sports Box Office
Monday, October 19    
West Brom vs Burnley 5.30pm Sky Sports Box Office
Leeds vs Wolves 8pm Sky Sports

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