West Ham battled to a 1-1 draw with Tottenham at London Stadium on Thursday, in a one-sided game which produced two magnificent goals.
Spurs dominated the game throughout, mustering a whopping 31 shots in the 90 minutes, but found themselves thwarted time and time again by the Hammers’ backline.
There was time, however, for Adrian to pull off the save of the night just 35 minutes in by expertly coming to claim Cheikhou Kouyate’s head…
When Adrian thought Kouyate’s head was the ball… 😂 pic.twitter.com/TbTgr1FXDO
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) January 4, 2018
The visitors failed to muster a single shot until the 70th minute of the game, but what a shot it was, with Pedro Obiang unleashing a magnificent long-range rocket which flew into the back of the net.
With Obiang having buried West Ham’s first and only effort on goal, the resulting shot map made for interesting viewing…
This, is art. pic.twitter.com/lsZxlup2Vf
— Elliot Hackney (@ElliotHackney) January 4, 2018
Tottenham pushed for an equaliser and it eventually came 14 minutes later, via yet another stunning strike from range, this time courtesy of Son Heung-Min.
The game would go on to end all-square, with the two sets of players visibly knackered after playing two games in just 48 hours.
David Moyes’ Hammer go 15th, two points clear of the drop-zone while Spurs stay fifth, three points off the top four.