West Ham United continued their fine run of form as a second-half comeback at Tottenham, who dropped points from a winning position for a fifth consecutive game.
Cristian Romero’s early header had given Spurs a deserved opener in the 11th minute as the defender nodded in Pedro Porro’s corner with a looping effort.
But Jarrod Bowen hit back for the Hammers, latching on to a loose ball in the penalty area and firing in a 52nd-minute equaliser.
And, after a poor backpass from Spurs defender Destiny Udogie, James Ward-Prowse side-footed an effort against the post before knocking in the rebound to complete West Ham’s turnaround in the 74th minute.
West Ham have won five of their past six fixtures across all competitions while Tottenham suffered their fourth defeat in five and have not tasted victory since October.
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