West Ham 1-1 Tottenham LIVE: Updates, score, news, stats, highlights

West Ham 1-1 Tottenham LIVE: Updates, score, news, stats, highlights
West Ham 1-1 Tottenham LIVE: Updates, score, news, stats, highlights

Narratives go out the window — or will they? — when late-scoring Tottenham visit late-conceding West Ham for what is certain to be an intense, high-stakes derby at London Stadium on Tuesday.


Tottenham have developed a bad habit of late, starting terribly slowly and conceding the first goal in five of their last six Premier League fixtures. Fortunately for Ange Postecoglou’s side, they managed to rescue three wins from those five games, as halftime and late-game substitutes — Brennan Johnson, in particular — flip the game on its head to snatch all three points. Johnson scored or assisted a goal in the 77th minute or later in all three games, including his 86th-minute setup for Son Heung-min against Luton Town on Saturday. The gap between Tottenham (56 points – 5th place) and 4th-place Aston Villa is just three points, as the chasers have an all-important game in hand.

West Ham, on the other hand, have been unable to see out late leads in their last two PL outings (1-0 vs Aston Villa after 78 minutes, and 3-1 vs Newcastle after 76 minutes), settling for just one point instead of the six they were in line for. Those five points would have had the Hammers (44 points – 7th place) above Manchester United in the table with an outside chance of catching Spurs for 5th (with a victory on Tuesday, of course). Alas, the Hammers will instead try to hold off Newcastle (43) and Brighton (42) for one of the PL’s final two places in Europe next season (top-eight).

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Kick off: 3:15 pm ET, Tuesday
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West Ham vs Tottenham live updates — By Nick Mendola

West Ham vs Tottenham live score: 1-1

Goalscorers: Johnson (5′), Zouma (19′)

Halftime — West Ham 1-1 Tottenham

Both goalkeepers have a save and both will have regrets about the way their six-yard box looked when the opposition found the back of the goal.

Spurs have had all of the ball but West Ham’s comfortable like that, and it’s all there for both teams in the final 45 minutes.

This is a very even game.

Level! Zouma wins fight for corner — West Ham 1-1 Tottenham (19th minute)

Jarrod Bowen sends a sharp free kick into the six and Guglielmo Vicario’s not sure what to do with it.

Kurt Zouma is, bulling his way to the ball and getting his head to it for the equalizer.

Zouma’s header brings West Ham level v. Tottenham

Kurt Zouma rises up and powers his header into the back of the net off West Ham’s set piece to get the Hammers back on level terms against Spurs at London Stadium.

Brennan Johnson’s red hot — West Ham 0-1 Tottenham (5th minute)

Timo Werner drives the left side and leans to squeeze a pass through the six, as Lukasz Fabianski and the West Ham defense leave an early alley and red-hot Brennan Johnson slots home for the visitors.

Johnson taps in Tottenham’s opener v. West Ham

Tottenham catch the Hammers on the break as Timo Werner finds Brennan Johnson open in front of goal for a simple finish to get Spurs on the board against West Ham at London Stadium.

West Ham lineup

Fabianski, Coufal, Zouma, Mavropanos, Emerson, Ward-Prowse, Soucek, Paqueta, Kudus, Bowen, Antonio.

Tottenham lineup

Vicario, Porro, Romero, Van de Ven, Udogie, Bissouma, Bentancur, Maddison, Johnson, Son, Werner

West Ham focus, team news

QUESTIONABLE: Nayef Aguerd (undisclosed), Alphonse Areola (adductor)

Tottenham focus, team news

OUT: Manor Solomon (knee), Ryan Sessegnon (thigh), Fraser Forster (foot)

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