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Analysis: West Ham 1-1 Tottenham

Kurt Zouma scores
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While West Ham never seem to be far away from crisis mode, at London Stadium they are incredibly tough to beat - as this game showed.

David Moyes' side have now lost only one of their last 16 home matches in all competitions, and despite falling behind early were good value for a point here.

The Hammers limited Spurs to very few chances following Brennan Johnson's early opener, and had the better opportunities to find a winner.

Michail Antonio should have scored when one on one with Gigi Vicario, while the Italian made a couple of good saves from Antonio and James Ward-Prowse.

Jarrod Bowen meanwhile was a creative livewire as ever, although he will have to wait to match Paolo Di Canio's 1999-2000 high mark of 16 league goals.

West Ham also could not quite secure their third Premier League double over Tottenham, having done so in the 1998-99 and 2013-14 seasons.