Although they keep showing some flashes of good football, including possession and shots, Tottenham Hotspur have failed to deliver yet again.
The Irons moved past the 'Lilywhites' for the league's fourth place with 17 points.
Story of the game
There's plenty of things Tottenham must work on, considering they attempted 0 shots in the second half of the match. It is the third time this season that they have failed to shoot during the second half.
Harry Kane and Son had a couple of chances for Spurs in the first half, but not a single one of them was as accurate as Michael Antonio's finish, which would eventually secure the win for the Irons at the Olympic Stadium.
The Brazilian striker has now scored 6 of his 52 Premier League goals against Spurs, more than against any other club.
''The way we conceded but apart from I think that we had a good game, we had possession we had control of the game, we created, besides the counter-attacks of West Ham we didn't allow many situations,'' Nuno said.
''We should be better in the offensive box, the chance to be aggressive in that moment of the game. This is my thought... It is always frustrating, a London derby that we know means a lot to our fans, means a lot to us and we were not able to win it. I am disappointed because it hurts, I know it hurts.''
🎙 "We're disappointed like everyone, like our fans. It's always tough to lose a match like this."— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 24, 2021
Nuno reflects on this afternoon's defeat. ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/4213Q6MOo1