Tottenham Hotspur avoided a second defeat to West Ham this season, forcing the Hammers to a 1-1 draw at the Wembley Stadium on Thursday in an English Premier League clash.
Tottenham Hotspur were dumped out of the Carabao Cup back in October, 2017 losing 3-2 to West Ham.
Pedro Obiang’s stunning strike from the edge of the Tottenham box gave David Moyes’ side the lead in the 70th minute but Heung-Min Son struck an equaliser for the hosts six minutes from time to salvage a point for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
Tottenham Hotspur remain in fifth position, three points adrift the top four position following the draw while West Ham on their part moved up 15th place with 22 points from 22 games
Kane had the ball in the back of the net in the 18th minute, after he bundled the ball into the West Ham net following a great pass from Moussa Sissoko but the England striker was flagged offsde by the linesman.
West Ham goalkeeper Adrian pulled out outstanding saves from Harry Kane and Eric Dier in the 28th minute. First with a fingertip dive to deny the England international from 20 yards out in line before saving Dier’s rebound effort.
Kane again missed another chance to break the deadlock in the 36th minute after he failed to tap in Serge Aurier pass from the right flank
Christian Eriksen had the last attempt on goal in the first half firing a 25 yard shots which was parried off by Adrian over the crossbar for corner.
In the second half Obiang’s strike looked to win the game for the Hammers before Heung-Min Son salvaged a point for Tottenham in the fixture.