If there was ever a aim that deserved followers in attendance, it was this one.
Manuel Lanzini’s wonderstrike for West Ham within the dying embers of the 3-Three thriller with Tottenham will nearly actually go down as a aim of the season contender.
The Hammers had been lifeless and buried after Spurs raced right into a 3-Zero lead after simply 16 minutes as Heung-min Son’s opener after 45 seconds and Harry Kane’s double put them in whole management.
They had been nonetheless profitable 3-Zero when Gareth Bale got here on as a 72nd-minute substitute for his second Tottenham debut, but it surely all went fallacious on the finish as Lanzini’s beautiful stoppage-time strike accomplished a comeback began by Fabian Balbuena and a Davinson Sanchez personal aim.
And it’s secure to say David Moyes was a contented man judging by his response to the aim.
The Scot wildly celebrated the last-gasp equaliser on the pitch because the guests sealed a dramatic late comeback on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
West Ham boss Moyes felt his aspect bought what they deserved, saying: “The half-time crew speak was actually troublesome as a result of we had been 3-Zero down however truly I assumed we performed very well aside from the primary 5, 10 minutes.
“In all probability the hardest choice was to not make any choice. Clearly we’d given away three objectives, which I couldn’t consider. This stuff occur, I feel that’s the way in which soccer’s been a bit bit.”
On the turnaround, Moyes added: “I feel we did what we did within the first half. Ultimately we bought some objectives. It’s very troublesome to make use of the phrase proud fairly often however tonight was a extremely proud second to be the supervisor due to how properly they performed, how properly they stored at it.
“Three-nil down in opposition to Tottenham, it’s a giant end result. I feel the crew’s getting higher.”