What a comeback!
It looked like West Ham were on course for a hiding in their Premier League clash against Spurs this evening, with David Moyes' side falling 3-0 behind inside the opening 16 minutes.
In truth they never really threatened, making very few opportunities of their own throughout the first 80 minutes or so. They were still trailing by three goals with 81 minutes played, only to go and mount the most unlikely of comebacks.
Fabian Balbuena got what looked likely to be a consolation goal in the 82nd minute. A Davinson Sanchez OG a few moments later gave them real hope that they could get back into the game.
With the final seconds of additional time ticking away, West Ham were awarded a free-kick from a dangerous area. Cresswell's cross was cleared, with the ball eventually falling to Manuel Lanzini.
The Argentine produced an incredible strike to find the top corner, coming up with the best last minute equaliser you're going to see.
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) October 18, 2020
This was a massive blow for Spurs, who were cruising for the majority of the contest. Jose Mourinho will be fuming, with his team lacking the concentration to see out the game from such a dominant position.
For West Ham, it continues what has been a decent start to the campaign, taking seven points from their first five games.