Harry Kane scores late winner as Tottenham Hotspur beat West Ham 3-2

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Harry Kane rescued Tottenham Hotspur at the death in their enthralling 3-2 win against West Ham.

All hoped looked lost in the dying minutes as the Hammers held on to a 2-1 lead.

But cometh the man, cometh the hour. Kane scored two goals in two minutes as Mauricio Pochettino’s men avoided a serious blow to their title hopes.

When Harry Winks equalised for Spurs following Michail Antonio’s first half goal, it seemed as if the north London club would turn their momentum into three points.

But Slaven Bilic’s side had other ideas. Manuel Lanzini dispatched a penalty with 20 minutes remaining to leave Tottenham fans nervous.

If Tottenham are to have any chance of winning the Premier League, they’re going to have to do two things: ensure that they’re never in such a precarious position again and hope that Kane can continue to find the back of the net.

The England striker has now scored five goals in his last five games. Where would Tottenham be without him?

Check out his goals below.

Kane makes it 2-2...

And grabs the winner

Pochettino, typically so calm on the touchline, went nuts following Kane’s winner.

The result keeps Tottenham on the brink of the top four. They’re fifth, having gained ground on Arsenal and leaders Liverpool, both of whom drew today.

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Gareth Bale
West Ham United
England Football
Premier League
Dimitri Payet
Christian Eriksen
Tottenham Hotspur

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