As it happened: Spurs left stunned as brilliant West Ham provide their first loss at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
(Photo: Getty Images - Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United)

As it happened: Spurs left stunned as brilliant West Ham provide their first loss at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Follow live from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium where Spurs host West Ham United in the Premier League. Kick-off 12:30 BST.

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Alan Rzepa
Tottenham Hotspur FCLloris, Foyth, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Dier, Davies, Rose (Janssen 77'), Alli (Wanyama 85'), Eriksen, Moura (Llorente 66'), Son.
West HamFabianski, Fredericks, Masuaku, Diop, Balbuena, Noble (Ogbonna 85'), Rice, Antonio, Snodgrass (Obiang 76'), Anderson, Arnautovic (Perez 80').
SCORE0-1, MIN. 67, ANTONIO.
Goodbye
Stay tuned for more post match coverage in the near future, including a complete match report from the game.

Finally reporting on a West Ham win, and how good does it feel. I'll be back soon with more Premier League coverage, with only two games to go.

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Full Time Analysis
Fantastic afternoon for West Ham, not so much for Tottenham.

Mauricio Pochettino's side will need to very much improve if they want to beat Ajax on Tuesday, because today's performance was far from required standard. They were at times sloppy on the ball and making very simple mistakes in the buildup that led to them getting caught on breaks, which, fortunately for them, West Ham were unable to capitalise on.

And that game proved that if Spurs want to come far, they need to invest in a new striker. Llorente and Janssen were both very frustrating and ineffective in their play.

On the other hand, Manuel Pellegrini can be very happy with his team' performance. Despite Samir Nasri and Manuel Lanzini being out with injuries they still managed to cause a serious threat, thanks to Mark Noble, Felipe Anderson, Michail Antonio and Marko Arnautovic. Noble controlled the midfield constantly pressing the ball carrier and both Anderson and Arnautovic were getting at the Spurs' defenders throughout the whole game. And it finally paid off as Arnautovic managed to get in front of Davies, found Antonio in between Alderweireld and Sanchez with a sublime cross, which the winger managed to take down and finish past Lloris to put West Ham ahead, and ultimately set the final scoreline of the game.

 
Full Time: Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
And that would be it for today's London derby!

First loss for Spurs at their new ground as West Ham stun them with a brilliant performance in the second half.

Michail Antonio score the only goal of the game, but what a goal that was.
90' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
Four minutes of added time and Spurs are all out attack.

Can they find a very late equalizer?
87' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
What a run by Issa Diop!

The French CB decided to ran past the whole Spurs' team and lead his teams counter attack, but unfortunately he's not managed to put it past Lloris.

What a goal that would've been!
85' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
Another double substitution, and last one of the game.

Angelo Ogbonna replaces today outstanding Mark Noble for the Hammers while Victor Wanyama 
81' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
Antonio nearly gets a second!

Fantastic diagonal pass from Masuaku put the winger on goal but his near post finish was just kept out by Lloris.

Huge chance to close out the game!
80' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
Another substitution from Manuel Pellegrini.

Lucas Perez replaces Marko Arnautovic, the assistant for Antonio's opening goal.
76' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
Double substitution as Pedro Obiang replaces Robert Snodgrass for West Ham and Vincent Janssen comes on for Spurs replacing Danny Rose.
67' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-1 West Ham United
GOAL!

And it's the first goal conceded by Spurs on their new ground!

Fantastic ball by Marko Arnautovic caught Alderweireld sleeping and Michail Antonio smashed it beyond Hugo Lloris.

What a goal from the Hammers!
65'' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
There's not much happening as West Ham are compiling the pressure on Spurs.
56' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
After a cheap giveaway from Masuaku, Alli managed to get clear of Balbuena but his cross towards Moura at the far post was cleared to safety by Fredericks.
50' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
Good shot from distance Marko Arnautovic which was preceded by a sublime touch that allowed him the space to shoot.

Class play from the Austrian.
45' Second half kick-off
And the second half is underway!

No changes from either of sides as they continue to push for all three points.
Half Time analysis
One of those games in which the result perfectly illustrates the first 45 minutes. Few chance here and there for both sides but there hasn't been a real sign of who's going to win the game.

Anderson came the closest on two occasions for the Hammers while Spurs could open the scoring by Son, Eriksen or Moura - all ineffective, at least for now.

And with a constant talk about referees and VAR, West Ham have been yet again on the end of some controversial decisions.

Hueng-Min Son remains without a booking after a blatant kick on Snodgrass late into the half which was smoothly waved off by the linesman, despite him looking straight at the situation. Also, Dele Alli escaped a booking after a dive, which has been a very weird decision from Anthony Taylor.

Saying that, I hope for less costly decisions and more goals in the second half, which will start in a second.
Half Time: Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
It remains goalless as both side are heading towards the changing rooms.

​​​​​​​More to follow...
36' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
CHANCE!

Moura managed to get past Masuaku and the cutback to Eriksen was unsuccessful but after a scramble in the box the ball finally fell under his feet in a great situation, but he wasn't able to beat Fabiański.
34' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
Poor from Michail Antonio.

Felipe Anderson was in acres of space but the Englishman overhit his pass massively.
25' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
Very close from Moura!

A nice play from the Brazilian opened a good chance for him but his shot went just wide.

So close to an opener.
20' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
CHANCE!

What a waste from Anderson!

The Brazilian played a beautiful one-two with Snodgrass which caught Foyth completely out of position, made a great run behind but completely wasted the opportunity by trying to shoot, instead of passing it into the middle where Arnautovic and Antonio were waiting completely unmarked.

Should've been one-nil to the hosts.
18' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
SAVE!

This time from Hugo Lloris as Fredericks tried to catch him on his near post, similarly on what Son tried to do minutes later.
15' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
15 minutes gone, and it's clear which team dominates the play right now.

Hammers are getting heavily overrun in midfield as Mark Noble doesn't do much to help Declan Rice, against Spurs' offensive set-up.
11' Tottenham Hotspur FC 0-0 West Ham United
SAVE!

Son done very well to break West Ham's defence, but didn't managed to catch Łukasz Fabiański at the near post.
First half underway
And we're off!

West Ham are playing in their claret home strip while Spurs also play in their home, white kit.
Getting ready for kick-off
Both teams head out onto the pitch. The atmosphere is stupendous, but could you really expect less from a big London Derby match?
 
Back closer to kick-off
I’ll be back closer to kick-off with some more news regarding official formations of both teams, and the whole match itself.
Talking team news
Both managers put their strongest available lineups, despite the fact that Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs play their UEFA Champions League semi-final on Tuesday.

The Argentine takes a more defensive approach by playing Juan Foyth instead of Kieran Trippier and moving one of Ben Davies or Danny Rose to the right-back spot, which seen Fernando Llorente get dropped to the bench, making Heung-Min Son and Lucas Moura the two-man striker partnership.

Manuel Pellegrini has yet again decided to rotate between Pablo Zabaleta and Ryan Fredricks as both right backs are very inconsistent in their play, and surely leave the Chilean with a big problem regarding that exact position. Arthur Masuaku kept his place despite Aaron Cresswell’s return and Robert Snodgrass has been named in the starting XI despite his ban for abuse towards an anti-doping official as West Ham appealed the decision.

 

Team news
So here are the official lineups...

Spurs XI: Lloris; Foyth, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Dier, Davies, Rose; Alli, Eriksen, Moura, Son.

Subs: Gazzaniga, Trippier, Walker-Peters, Wanyama, Skipp, Llorente, Janssen.

West Ham XI: Fabianski; Fredericks, Masuaku, Diop, Balbuena; Noble, Rice; Antonio, Snodgrass, Anderson; Arnautovic.

Subs: Adrian, Zabaleta, Ogbonna, Obiang, Wilshere, Chicharito, Lucas.

Welcome
Hello and welcome to VAVEL UK's live stream score commentary of Tottenham Hotspur FC vs West Ham United in the sides second fixture of the season. I'm Alan Rzepa and I'll be taking you through the action as it unfolds at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
 
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