West Ham 2-3 Tottenham: Jose Mourinho enjoys winning start after late scare

West Ham vs Tottenham
Premier League
12:30pm Saturday 23rd November

London Stadium
(Att: 59930)

Since Tottenham withstood a West Ham fightback to win 3-2 at the London 22, jose Mourinho made a return.
Spurs had not won an away Premier League match since January 20 in Fulham, but first-half goals from Heung-Min Son (36) and also Lucas Moura (43) place them in a commanding position.
Harry Kane extended Tottenham’s lead four minutes into the restart to proceed over Martin Chivers in spot on 175 goals.
West Ham reduced the deficit during replacement Michail Antonio (73), whereas Angelo Ogbonna led in a second late on (90+6) however Spurs held on to move up to sixth spot before their rest of the weekend fittings.
The strain increases on Hammers manager Manuel Pellegrini, whose side have taken just two points from their 21 available, also sit 16th.
More to follow…
West Ham travel to confront Chelsea at the Premier League at Stamford Bridge.
Jose Mourinho’s first home game since Spurs head coach takes place although they sponsor Bournemouth back in the Premier League next Saturday at 3pm, since Olympiakos visit the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at the Champions League.

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