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Summary

  1. Tottenham 12 league matches without defeat
  2. Kane double put hosts in control
  3. Alderweireld and Walker also on target
  4. Lanzini strikes late for West Ham
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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    And that is indeed that folks.

    Join us on Monday evening for all of the action at Selhurst Park - but for now why not check out Federer v Djokovic in the tennis?

    Good night.

  2. 'Young, exciting Spurs'

    Totetnham 4-1 West Ham

    Tottenham defender Kyle Walker, speaking to BBC Sport: "It's always good to get a win over your rivals and to get on the scoresheet was even better. My little boy was mascot today as well, so scoring a goal meant a little bit more, too.

    "It’s exciting. We've got a young squad, and you can see they are full of confidence and can play football. For English football it’s even better. Full credit to the gaffer, he has come in here and put his stamp on things, and it's rubbing off on us.

    "At the start of the season top four was the aim. But we need to keep doing what we are doing, to keep the unbeaten run going would be nice."

    On Harry Kane: "It was only a matter of time. H is a proven goalscorer and was always going to continue his form into this year. We all had faith in him but most importantly he had faith in himself. When he is playing well he is unstoppable."

  3. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Still one more game to come in another unpredictable Premier League weekend.

    Crystal Palace face Sunderland in Monday's night game. Even a win would not be enough to lift the Black Cats out of the relegation zone. 

  4. 'They were better than us'

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    West Ham manager Slaven Bilic, speaking to BBC Sport: "The performance matches the result to be fair. They were better than us. Up until the first goal they were pressing but we also had some chances. After the first goal it lifted them, we went in a bit of shock. But I said this to the guys, 2-0 down at half-time, we were still in it and needed to score a goal, to raise our game, be more hungry, but the third goal, which came out out of our mistake, it just killed us, and it could have been worse.

    "We just couldn’t produce on the pitch. They were more a team. They were, especially physically, quicker and stronger and better in transitions. To be fair of course we played a really bad game but they played a really good game and we have to give some credit for this.

    "They wanted it more today than in a normal game, but we simply were not good enough to get anything out of that game, other than being defeated."

    Slaven Bilic
  5. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Slaven Bilic says that the third goal killed the game and 'to be fair it could have been more.'

    The West Ham boss looks thoroughly cheesed off after that display. Write it off Slaven, and go again.

    West Ham's next test is at home to West Brom next weekend. 

  6. 'An amazing show'

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BBC Sport: "I am very pleased with the performance and with the players. Congratulations to them. It was an amazing show and I feel very proud. We all feel very proud. 

    "The most important thing is that the players believe in the way we play and we share the same philosophy. Today was a big step forward because it was a very good example of how we want to play, and how we want to play in the future.

    "I think it is one of the best performances and results this season. It was a fantastic game. But the next game is always the challenge. Our objective is step by step. We are still very young and need to improve but it is important to keep the same mentality. 

    "We are the youngest team in the Premier League but it is not about your age but belief. When you see a performance like that, it is because the team believes." 

    On Harry Kane: "When you are a striker, there are always tough periods but I never had doubts about Harry Kane. He is a top player. He is one of the best strikers in the Premier League."

  7. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Nobody in a Spurs shirt seems prepared to say that they can challenge for a top-four spot. But how far can this young side go?

  8. 'Fantastic'

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Harry Kane

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was a high level performance. It was fantastic and we feel very proud. It was a brilliant effort. We showed how we can play and we need to keep the whole season the performance that we showed. Fantastic, fantastic show against a very good team like West Ham.

    "Our plan was always to press the opponent and this is our way, our philosophy. We try to build from the back with the ball and we share all together that philosophy now – this is the most important thing. I never doubted Harry Kane.

    "Always a striker has difficult periods but Harry is top. We have a very good squad and are happy in the way we work every day.

    "Dele Alli can play like a number 10 or central midfielder, he feels comfortable in both positions, depending on the plan that we have. For us the table is not important. The way that we play is important, to develop our philosophy. Today we shared that and believed in the way that we worked."

  9. Post update

    Here is Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.

    He says that his side need to play like that all season - it was a 'fantastic' display.

    Full reaction from the boss to come. 

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    Matthew Birch: Finally Moussa Dembele is getting a run. Top notch midfielder and always has been.

    Tattz, Oldbury: No exaggeration to say that Kyle Walker is quietly becoming one of the most improved players in this Spurs team.    

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  11. Post update

    No managers out to face the heat yet - we'll bring you the quotes when they do. I don't imagine that Slaven Bilic will be happy.

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    Here comes John with his 'calm down' message

    SMS Message: Calm down Tottenham fans. Best start to a season for ages, playing fabulous football, wonder kids who will all play for England, long unbeaten run, blah blah blah, and all for what? Still in the Europa league places and still only the second best in North London. Reality - a dish best served cold. from John, Scawby
    John, Scawby
  13. 'We're not getting excited'

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Eric Dier

    Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier, speaking to Sky Sports: "Hopefully I've adapted to this new position. Hopefully I can keep playing well, the team can keep playing well and Harry can keep scoring goals. I'm happy there but it's up to the manager. If he said to play anywhere else then I would. 

    "We are going game by game. We're not getting excited. We know that if we can perform like we did today we'll get wins and will be pushing right up to the top, so we'll just keep on doing that."

  14. 'We came out flying'

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane, speaking to Sky Sports: "That was probably the best performance we have had this season. The whole week training has been incredible and we just tried to put that out on the pitch. We came out of the traps flying. 

    "As a striker when your confidence is high you feel like you're going to score every game. Today I could have had a couple more, but the most important thing is we're winning by playing well. 

    [On his missed chance] "I tried to put my foot through it and probably got a bit excited. I'll be punching myself that I didn't get the hat-trick."

    Harry Kane
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    SMS Message: If you had told me that Spurs would be unlucky to lose the opening game of the season and then go on an unbeaten run through to November, including a thrashing of Man City and an unlucky draw at the Emirates I'd have been delighted. If you'd then told me we'd be 10 points above last year's champions with the 2nd best goal difference in the league I'd probably have laughed at your optimism. Try and convince me, however, that we'd only be 5th and Leicester top of the league I'd have called then men in white coats! Best league in the world. COYS, it's there for the taking this year! from James at White Hart Lane
    James at White Hart Lane
  16. Can you smell what's cooking?

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Harry Kane, who always seems like a nice chap, puts his form in London derbies down to his partner's home cooking. Is that all there is to it?

    Eric Dier says the usual - they aren't getting carried away, he's happy to play wherever the manager wantzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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    Alan: 4-1 against a poor West Ham side. Don't get too carried away lads

    Erick Koome: I have a feeling this Spurs side will blow Chelsea away next weekend! Young and hungry

    Geraint Jones: Another great performance, could have been a tricky fixture. Dembele showing his class again!

  18. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Harry Kane says that is Spurs' best performance of the season. Even better than beating Manchester City?

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane
  19. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    That's 12 Premier League games unbeaten for Spurs now - which equals their best-ever run. Under the radar challengers?

  20. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Spurs dominated once they figured out West Ham's tactics after a scrappy opening. This is one for Slaven Bilic and his players to forget, but Spurs keep on going from strength to strength. 

    "There is so much to sing and dance about for Mauricio Pochettino and his players."

    Tottenham celebrate
  21. FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    West Ham thrashed, Spurs superb as they move to within four points of the Premier League lead. 

    Adrian looks dejected after Tottenham's fourth goal
  22. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Harry Kane is brought off for the last few minutes as Winston Reid slices a clearance just over his own crossbar. Blow up ref and put the Hammers out of their misery...

    Harry Kane is substitued
  23. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Clever from Mauricio Pochettino to realise that Harry Kane is tired and take him off. Even though he's on a hat-trick, you don't want him picking up a muscle tweak."

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    Shohidur Rahman: Chelsea got their work cut out next week...

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    Chelsea - if you hadn't guessed - play Spurs next weekend.

  25. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    It's been the Premier League's usual intoxicating brew of great goals, awful defending and individual clangers this afternoon. Textbook stuff.

    Ryan Mason is a coat of paint away from a sixth goal as his shot from 22 yards beats Adrian for pace and kisses the outside of the post.

  26. Post update

    Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Brilliant finish! I've been praising Kyle Walker but this goal came from his mistake. It was a brilliant bit of skill by Manuel Lanzini though.

    "When we saw Mauricio Pochettino waving his arms around on the touchline, it's because of moments like those - earlier in the game they can cost you." 

  27. GOAL - Tottenham 4-1 West Ham

    Manuel Lanzini (87 mins)

    It's no consolation really but the few West Ham fans who remain inside the Lane do at least see a goal. Nikica Jelavic holds it up well before finding Manuel Lanzini overlapping on his left. The angle is tight but Lanzini lashes home left-footed at the near post. Right into the roof of the net. Think Giggs, FA Cup semi.

    Manuel Lanzini scores against Tottenham
  28. A force?

    Tottenham 4-0 West Ham

    Spurs have scored three or more goals in three of their last four home Premier League games.  How far can this young side go?

    The graphic below doesn't do Kyle Walker's curled finished justice.

    Kyle Walker
  29. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Kyle Walker is back to his best now. That epitomises what he was all about three years ago, when he won the Young Player of the Year award. 

    "How about that for composure? Outside of the right boot into the far corner? It's a striker's finish. West Ham have kind of capitulated."

    Kyle Walker celebrates
  30. GOAL - Tottenham 4-0 West Ham

    Kyle Walker (83 mins)

    And it is now four as Spurs walk through a snoozing West Ham defence. Christian Eriksen finds Kyle Walker overlapping on the right, West Ham don't offer even token resistance and the former Sheffield United man carries the ball to the edge of the area.

    He plays it to Son Heung-min, he lays it back to the full-back and the England man provides a superb finish, outside of the boot, 16 yards out, top corner. Thrashing.

    Kyle Walker scores for Tottenham
  31. GREAT SAVE!

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Should be four! Aaron Creswell loses his bearings and heads the ball straight to Ryan Mason inside the penalty area, his volley is saved by Adrian and Mason then can only shovel the rebound straight back at the Hammers keeper. 

  32. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song is on for West Ham for the final 12 minutes or so, he's back from an ankle injury. 

  33. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    It's not West Ham's day. Mauro Zarate overhits a pass clean out of play when Nikica Jelavic had done well to keep it alive originally. Spurs are going fifth and look like a very useful side indeed. 

  34. YELLOW CARD

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Unnecessary again as it kicks off on the touchline, Diafra Sakho and Kyle Walker arguing over a challenge and again they are both booked. Get on with it!

    Diafra Sakho and Kyle Walker remonstrate on the pitch
  35. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Hugo Lloris gets a rare feel for the ball as he fields a header from Winston Reid. Spurs then put together a lovely move down their left and they win a corner. 

    Hugo Lloris in action for Tottenham
  36. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Today hasn't been Dele Alli's greatest game and he knows that, but he will learn from this. And he deserves the applause for everything he's done so far this season. He's clearly going to be a big part of Mauricio Pochettino's plans here."

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    Dave Matthews: Taking into account the unbeaten run, the performances against City, Arsenal and now West Ham, it begs the question as to how far this exciting Spurs team can go. Feeling excited.

    Markanary: Is it possible that we are seeing the evolution of a new order in the Premier League? Liverpool and Spurs...

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  38. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Standing ovation for Dele Alli as he comes off. On goes Ryan Mason, another young England international. Is the future bright for Spurs and England? 

  39. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    A sorry old afternoon for the West Ham faithful this afternoon, especially considering their excellent away record. Perhaps the first goal was always going to be crucial to their chances today. They have hardly threatened at all this evening.

    At the other end Kyle Walker skims a cross right across the goalmouth - inches away from Son. 

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    Daniel Fenton: Will Garth Crooks put the entire Spurs team in his team of the week?

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  41. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    A spark on the sideline sees Mark Noble go head to head with Dele Alli - not sure what that was all about.

    Referee Anthony Taylor books them both. Alli then ends up in the crowd after being pushed over the advertising boards. All action man.

    Dele Alli confronts West Ham players
  42. Post update

    Totenham 3-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "If West Ham want to get back into this game they can't do it by going toe-to-toe in terms of playing football, looking to pick holes in this Spurs side.

    "It's been tough for Andy Carroll. He thrives on deliveries into the box and it's almost as if West Ham have been caught between playing short and playing direct."

  43. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    West Ham aren't seeing a lot of the ball...

    Possession
  44. SUBSTITUTIONS

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Double change for West Ham as Mauro Zarate is on for Andy Carroll, Nikica Jelavic replaces Victor Moses.

    Can they make any impact? 

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    Peter Coles: This game is developing in a manner not necessarily to West Ham's advantage.  

    Rachel T: Firepower up front and a solid defence. Unaccustomed riches for us Spurs fans!

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  46. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Do footballers eat Sunday roasts? I wouldn't have thought so, in hindsight. Son Hueng-min - impressive on his return today - earns a huge ovation for tracking his man 60 yards back down the pitch. 

    Tottenham's Son Hueng-min
  47. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Harry Kane is on a hat-trick but his shot from 20 yards is well over this time. Spurs do look very impressive now but West Ham have mentally gone. They're already thinking about a Sunday dinner and a night in front of Homeland. 

    Harry Kane celebrates scoring against West Ham
  48. Arsenal worried?

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Ian Wright

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    Hear more from Wrighty on 606 on BBC Radio 5 live after this match.

  49. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    What's your approach here if you're West Ham? They do attack in search of a consolation but that only serves to leave them short-handed on the break and Son is almost right through the middle for number four until his shot is blocked.

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    Uli Hebel: Hammers getting hammered.

    Alex Storey: I know we've had a great season before today, but this performance has been nothing short of shambolic.

    Andy: Resting easier with third goal, though almost don't want many more for fear of the pundit curse. Happy to go under the radar.

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  51. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "We've only played a little over 55 minutes but Moussa Demeble has been my man of the match so far. He has really imposed himself in central midfield, he's dictating everything at the minute."  

  52. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    You'd think West Ham were missing the heart of their defence, not Dimitri Payet. They have crumbled here, heads are collectively gone and again one pass sends Harry Kane away in behind. His cross is just about scrambled away but Spurs could collect a hatful here.

  53. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Very,very easy for Harry Kane.

    The graphic below doesn't show the goalkeeper and, after Adrian's efforts there, they may as well not have been one.

    The ball went right under him.

    Kane
  54. GREAT SAVE!

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    West Ham serving up a pretty good Aston Villa impression now as they implode at the back.

    One pass leaves them totally cut apart, Son Heung-min runs in on goal and when Adrian saves his effort, it looks set for Christian Eriksen to bury a fourth but Adrian does brilliantly to react and make the save.

  55. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Slaven Bilic will be disgusted with that. A little bit of a reshuffle at the break and then over-playing in the wrong area. I'm not sure what James Tomkins is thinking there, it's a good shot from Harry Kane but Adrian should do a lot better, too. 

    "That's what happens when strikers shoot on sight though. Kane is on for a hat-trick now." 

    Harry Kane celebrates scoring for Tottenham Hotspur
  56. GOAL - Tottenham 3-0 West Ham

    Harry Kane (50 mins)

    A terrible goal from West Ham's point of view, tired 5-a-side stuff. Adrian rolls it out to James Tomkins, who doesn't really want it. His pass out is awful, Christian Eriksen intercepts and findsHarry Kane22 yards out. Kane hits the shot hard and true, but it's central and Adrian rather dives over the bouncing ball.

    Poor all round. Spurs don't care - they are flying!

    Harry Kane scores his second goal for Tottenham
  57. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Another neat Spurs attack down the left sees them work it across the pitch, as they tee it up for Dele Alli on the edge of the D. Having a midfielder who can score from 20 yards like Frank Lampard or in this case Alli really affects how you build an attack.On this occasion a West ham body blocks it out but the shot was always on.

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  59. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Oooof that looks painful! A proper 50-50 and on the follow-through Kyle Walker clatters into the shins of Winston Reid. A real impact injury, get the icepack on.

    He's OK though, he'll run it off. Nails. 

  60. KICK-OFF

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Spurs get us back under way...

  61. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    West Ham's task looks steep, especially when you consider the fact that Spurs have lost just two of their last 19 Premier League home matches (W11 D6 L2).

    Here come the players...

  62. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    The young legs of Dele Alli have covered more ground than any other player so far - just over 6.5km. What a season he is having. 

    Dele Alli in action for Tottenham
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    Danny Matthews: Gotta love what Poch has done with this Spurs side. Has an identity and is full of English talent.

    Philippa Dasher: Harry Kane's miss there was horrendous. Another hyped up English footballer with an absolutely diabolical level of technique.

    I wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of Philippa...

  64. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "A lot of positives for Spurs, Mauricio Pochettino can be delighted. The one thing he may well say in criticism is stop taking risks, but there's been some outstanding performances. 

    "For West Ham, they do look dangerous when Diafro Sakho comes into the box with Andy Carroll, it's just a matter of how to find that combination more often."

    West Ham striker Diafra Sakho
  65. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Tottenham will move three points ahead of West Ham and clearly into fifth place if the result stays the same after 90 minutes this evening. 

    The Hammers have attacking options in Mauro Zarate, Nikica Jelavic and Michail Antonio on the bench. Can one of them change it?

  66. HALF-TIME

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Jan Vertonghen defends stoutly to cut off Andy Caroll and there goes the half-time whistle.

    Jan Vertonghen and Andy Carroll
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  68. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Slaven Bilic said before the game that he would have to see how his side coped without their best player, Dimitri Payet. But it has been at the back where they have struggled. Some really poor defending has cost West Ham. 

    West Ham defending
  69. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    I may be wrong but I recall Harry Kane fluffing a similar chance earlier in the season when clear through on goal. Maybe he's an instinct man, time is not his friend.

    And that's an equally poor strike at the other end from Andy Carroll, putting into Row K from 20 yards.

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  71. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "This is a totally different chance for Harry Kane and obviously the outcome was not a good one.

    "He completely mis-hits it. He tried to put his foot through it but just drags it. He won't want to see that again."

    Harry Kane miss
  72. SITTER!

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Should be game over, it's a horrible miss from Harry Kane!

    Dele Alli is again involved as he sends his England team-mate in on goal, exposing a criminally-high line from West Ham. Kane away and clear, all the time in the world to pick his spot but he fluffs his lines spectacularly, shanking a left-footed effort horribly wide.

    An embarrassing miss. 

    Harry Kane
  73. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Slaven Bilic cuts a frustrated figure on the sidelines, his West Ham side look unable to deal with the Spurs' attacking movement right now.

    Can they just get through to half-time?

  74. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "That was really good play, by Spurs. They're showing more of the killer instinct they didn't have at the Emirates against Arsenal a few weeks ago. 

    "They're sensing they can finish this game off, that they should go for the jugular before West Ham can make changes at half-time."

  75. Goal replay

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Tottenham's opener involved 15 passes, with a couple of West Ham blocks sandwiched in between.

    Harry Kane has now scored in four successive Premier League appearances for the second time in his career and bagged six goals in his last four.

    goal
  76. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Ah that would have been a really good goal! Christian Eriksen starts it with a nutmeg on the left wing, he plays it inside to Dele Alli. Alli finds Son Heung-min, who turns his man and toe-pokes a shot which Adrian can't hold, and Alli heads the rebound against the crossbar.

    "Come on you SPPPUURRRRSSS!" rings out around the Lane. Spurs were sluggish for 20 minutes, they are anything butnow. 

  77. Post update

    Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Christian Eriksen's delivery is an absolute peach. Maybe the defending could have been better, but against the quality of the ball and the timing of the run, there isn't much you can do."

  78. GOAL - Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

    Toby Alderweireld (33 mins)

    Easy as you like. Belgian defender Toby Alderweireld makes a smart move to the near post, Andy Carroll doesn't track him and it's a simple header from an inswinging corner.

    As a colleague points out, that wouldn't happen under Big Sam...

    Toby Alderweireld celebrates scoring for Tottenham
  79. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 West Ham

    On current form that would undoubtedly be England's front two - right?

    Dele Alli is making a strong case to start for England too. But I'm sure Roy Hodgson - who is at the Lane today - will find a place for them somewhere...

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  81. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 West Ham

    West Ham do look to have pushed Diafra Sakho a bit closer to Andy Carroll and twice in a minute or so they nearly get beyond the final Spurs defender. Toby Alderweireld defends really well to see it out for a corner.

  82. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "West Ham will have been delighted with the first 20 minutes of this game but they need to get someone closer to Andy Carroll now. Other than from set-pieces, they haven't really threatened.

    "It was a bit of a scrappy start but Spurs were perhaps the more progressive of the two sides, so they deserve their lead."

    West Ham striker Andy Carroll
  83. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 West Ham

    Spurs would move to within two points of rivals Arsenal with a win this afternoon and that goal has certainly led to an increase in tempo. Jan Vertonghen is the latest man to threaten with a dipping strike from 25 yards - but it's over. 

  84. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Tottenham 1-0 West Ham

    So close! West Ham rock the crossbar within a minute of the restart. Mark Noble's shot is blocked, the ball ricochets up and Cheikhou Kouyate acrobatically volleys the shot against the crossbar! From the resultant corner Andy Carroll heads down and again Kouyate is close to turning it in.

    Good game on the brew now...

    West Ham striker Andy Carroll
  85. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Harry Kane hasn't done much today but the minute the ball fell to him you knew exactly what the end result would be, A striker's finish. That is what he's on the pitch to do. One chance, put it in the back of the net.

    "People might have been doubting him at the stat of this season, but it's testament to that lad's mentality that he keeps putting them away."

    Harry Kane
  86. GOAL - Tottenham 1-0 West Ham

    Harry Kane (23 mins)

    Buried! It's weak defending but Harry Kane was absolutely ruthless to dispatch his 11th goal in 14 London derbies.

    Spurs work the ball nicely into the feet of Dele Alli on the fringe of the penalty area, his shot is blocked but falls for Kane with his back to goal. He rolls Carl Jenkinson far too easily and then hammers home left footed. Nearly took the net out.

    Harry Kane scores Tottenham's opening goal
  87. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's a fantastic save because it took an deflection on the way through. A great strike from Christian Eriksen, on his weaker side, too. 

    "Better from Spurs - that all came from stretching West Ham as wide as they could, then moving the ball quickly."

  88. GREAT SAVE!

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    There we go! The first real moment of danger in the game draws a fine save from Hammers keeper Adrian.

    Eric Dier receives the ball 30 yards out in a central area, he thinks about the shot but instead lays it off to Christian Eriksen and he hammers a left-footed swerving shot which forces the West Ham keeper into a flying save.

    Well struck!

    Christian Eriksen
  89. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Bryan B: Spurs to win 4 - 3 with a Harry Kane hat-trick.

    If it is gonna finish that way Bryan, these really need to get a move on...

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  90. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Not a great deal of goalmouth action from either side so far - as you can see from the heat maps below.

    Heat maps
  91. All talk and no trousers

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Plenty of possession in the opening 15 minutes for Tottenham, but they've yet to test Adrian in the West Ham goal.

    Possession stats
  92. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Spurs seem determined not to cross the ball as they try and work an intricate triangle on the edge of the box, but Kyle Walker does then deliver a good ball which is cleared. West Ham counter at pace - for the first time - and Diafra Sakho almost finds Andy Carroll in the middle.

    Is this a sign of the game thawing out?

    West Ham striker Andy Carroll
  93. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's not as free-flowing as Spurs have been in their past few games. Manuel Pochettino isn't as happy as he usually is. Spurs need to be a bit more inventive when they get the ball.

    "Dele Alli is playing in the hole but West Ham haven't given him half a second to control the ball." 

  94. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    A slow-burner, we'll call this one. Christian Eriksen sums it up with some sloppy control and the ball goes dead.

    He doesn't look like he wants to be over on the left wing, and I don't blame him. Wasted out there?

  95. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "West Ham have come here with a game-plan and so far it's working. It might take a little more movement between the lines, but Spurs need to find a way to get a pattern of play going."

    Mousa Dembele
  96. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    West Ham threaten out wide as they start to grow into the game. First, Carl Jenkinson wins a corner on their right which comes to nothing before Victor Moses beats his man and fires in a dangerous low cross which is cleared away well. 

  97. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    West Ham left-back Aaron Cresswell shoots high and wide from 30 yards, it's the first meaningful strike on goal of the afternoon. Spurs with a whopping 77% of the play so far.

  98. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "It looks like West Ham have started with Andy Carroll up top on his own, with Diafra Sakho out wide on the right, Victor Moses on the left and Manuel Lanzini in the number 10 position. 

    "Spurs have started pretty clever. They're being very careful not to lose the ball in the middle of the pitch, where West Ham have their traps set. Already they've sent a few balls long."

    Eric Dier
  99. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    It is 19 years since Slaven Bilic made his Premier League debut for West Ham against Tottenham. I wonder if any of today's teams will be back as managers in the year 2035?

    The length of a manager's contract may have been reduced to one game at a time by then.

    Spurs are stroking the ball around neatly, Eric Dier and Dele Alli linking up well, as the Hammers keep their shape and look to hit on the break.

    Slaven Bilic
  100. Post update

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    Son Heung-min is back in the Spurs side today and he has started on the right of an attacking trio, Harry Kane central and Christian Eriksen nominally on the left. Son almost gets away but the Hammers defence regroup and see it out. 

    Son Heung-Min
  101. KICK-OFF

    Tottenham 0-0 West Ham

    West Ham get the ball rolling and it's game on. Great atmosphere now.

  102. Post update

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I've played in a few of these matches and both sets of fans always get going and there are always goals."

  103. Solidarity

    Tottenham v West ham (16:00 GMT)

    The now familiar sight of players from each side mingling together for the France national anthem.

    White Hart Lane takes a leaf out of Wembley's book by displaying the lyrics on the big screen. France keeper and Spurs captain Hugo Lloris looks emotional as the Lane bursts into applause. 

    Tottenham and West Ham players pay respect to Paris terror victims
  104. LINE-UPS

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    A reminder of today's teams:

    Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Dier, Alli, Son, Dembele, Eriksen, Kane. Subs: Mason, Vorm, Trippier, Townsend, Onomah, Carroll, Davies.

    West Ham: Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Noble, Moses, Lanzini, Sakho, Carroll. Subs: Song, Zarate, Ogbonna, Jelavic, Antonio, Spiegel, Oxford.

    Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

  105. Fast start?

    Tottenham v West Ham(16:00 GMT)

    Only West Ham (11) have scored more first half goals than Spurs (10) going into this weekend's fixtures.

    And 69% of the goals West Ham have conceded have come in the first half, the highest proportion in the top flight.

    Some early goals?

  106. Post update

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Hammers joint owner David Sullivan has gone for the full Russian outfit today as he wraps up warm. Also in attendance is comedian Michael McIntyre - all the big names are in.

    Here come the teams...

  107. The film star to save your club

    Get involved using #bbcfootball

    Jose Mourinho suggested Tom Cruise at Chelsea (Mission Impossible, get it?) but which character from a film would you like to see at your club? 

    Olly, Newcastle: Hasn't Cristiano Ronaldo just brought a film out? Surely that counts? I'd take him at Newcastle... 

    Cristiano Ronaldo
    Image caption: Ronaldo just popping out for a pint of milk here

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  108. Coming up on BBC radio

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 Live

  109. 'He's our best player'

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Some refreshing stuff from Slaven Bilic. None of this 'we are a squad' nonsense...

    "It's the first time we see how we cope without Dimitri Payet. But we are optimistic. He's our best player but he's not our only player.

    "We have options, we can go with two up front with Diafra Sakho or he can go wide. It is not a problem for him.

    "It is a special game. It is the London derby for the fans."

    Dimitri Payet
  110. Post update

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    There may well be some of you out there who didn't know that Vinnie Jones was ever a footballer. Scary thought.

    About 20 minutes to go at White Hart Lane until kick-off. A sleepy Sunday is about to awaken. We hope...

  111. The film star to save your club

    Get involved using #bbcfootball

    Jose Mourinho suggested Tom Cruise at Chelsea (Mission Impossible, get it?) but which character from a film would you like to see at your club?     

    Mark Warrington: Vinnie Jones at Wimbledon. Wait a minute...

    Jay: Forrest Gump for Man Utd. They'll then have someone who can run behind defences (stopping him will be another matter though).

    Vinnie Jones

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  112. 'Dier key to Spurs solidity'

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Jermaine Jenas

    Ex-Spurs and England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    "This year, Eric Dier has been an integral part of this solid Spurs team. That triangle of Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen in defence and Dier in defensive midfield, has made Spurs look completely different. 

    "Because Dier has the experience of playing at centre-back himself, he knows exactly what those two want from a midfielder. And I wouldn't be surprised if he makes that position his own for England, too."

    Eric Dier
  113. Post update

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    West Ham have named a strong attacking line-up today and Andy Carroll is at the heart of the line-up.

    Could he still be in contention for a place in Roy Hodgson's Euros squad with a good second half of the season?

    He's a unique centre forward if you ask me.

  114. 'Liverpool buying into Klopp'

    Manchester City 1-4 Liverpool

    England forward Eniola Aluko: "I was at the Etihad and thought City would win the game. I didn't think Liverpool would deal with Sergio Aguero but it was the opposite. the front four of Liverpool was Barcelona-esque. They had fluidity and looked like they would score every time the came forward. What would Sterling have been like under Klopp?"

    Daily Telegraph journalist Henry Winter: "Liverpool are buying into Jurgen Klopp and his tactics. The players adore him, partly for his demeanour but also his reputation. The fans have clearly responded to him."

    Ex-Newcastle boss John Carver: "It is nice seeing a manager smiling all the time. When I get my next job I will be more like Mr Klopp. It was  magnificent result. I feel sorry for Brendan Rodgers as everyone is getting on the back of teams pressing. But that is what his team used to do with Suarez, Sturridge, etc. But what Klopp has done is give them a new lease of life."

  115. Championship result

    Burnley 1-1 Brighton

    All over in the early Championship game, where Brighton stretched their unbeaten start to 17 games as they drew with Burnley at Turf Moor.

    Bobby Zamora put the visitors in front from close range on 58 seconds after Tomer Hemed's shot hit the bar.

    Andre Gray equalised from the penalty spot, his 11th goal of the season, three minutes later after Lewis Dunk pulled Michael Keane's shirt.

    Both sides had chances to win it, with Burnley's Chris Long poking the best opportunity wide in injury time.

  116. Post update

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Could they do it?

  117. The film star to save your club

    Get involved using #bbcfootball

    Jose Mourinho suggested Tom Cruise at Chelsea (Mission Impossible, get it?) but which character from a film would you like to see at your club?   

    Mark Taylor: Robin Williams as the genie in Aladdin. One wish, make Alex Ferguson 45 years old so we can start all over again.

    Danny Johnston: Rocky for Chelsea, they need a true Rock(y) at the back.

    Glyn Smith: Danny Dyer, Ray Winstone, Russell Brand. Do we need any more movie stars?

    So you're a Hammers fan Glyn, but would they be any good on the pitch?

    Rocky

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  118. Team news

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Tottenham make one change from the 1-1 draw at Arsenal with forward Son Heung-min coming back into the side following injury. The man he replaces, Erik Lamela, is suspended.

    Four England internationals in that team now, including the midfield axis which started against France.

    Tottenham starting XI: Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Alli, Dier, Dembele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. 

    Tottenham

    West Ham also make one change. Dimitri Payet picked up an injury in the 1-1 draw with Everton and is out for three months so Diafra Sakho starts.

    You haven't got a new keeper, Hammers fans - that's Adrian's full name...

    West Ham starting XI: Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Noble, Moses, Lanzini, Sakho, Carroll.

    West Ham
  119. Hammers on the move

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    We mentioned earlier that West Ham are moving home at the end of this season - and BBC Radio 4 have documented the last season at Upton Park.

    Amidst the throng on match day, Alan Dein weaves his way through the streets to chronicle lives enfolded by the stadium.

    Listen to the full show here.

    West Ham's Boleyn Ground
  120. Key man?

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Harry Kane

    After a stuttering start to the season Harry Kane ha scored six goals in his last four games for Spurs.

  121. Post update

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Dimitri Payet has been involved in 35% of West Ham's goals this season. He will be hugely missed.

    West Ham's Dimitri Payet
  122. BreakingTeam News

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    West Ham United

    And just the one change for West Ham too. A crucial one perhaps as injured playmaker Dimitri Payet is replaced by Diafra Sakho.

    Full team news and line-ups to come.

  123. BreakingTeam News

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Just the one change for Spurs as Son Hueng-min comes back into the side in place of Erik Lamela.

  124. The late, late show?

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Three of the last four goals Spurs have scored against West Ham have been netted in the 90th minute and those three goals have earned an additional five points.

    West Ham may need a two-goal cushion heading into injury time this afternoon...

    Eric Dier
    Image caption: Eric Dier hit a last-minute winner on his debut at Upton Park in August 2014.
  125. The film star to save your club

    Get involved using #bbcfootball

    Jose Mourinho suggested Tom Cruise at Chelsea (Mission Impossible, get it?) but which character from a film would you like to see at your club?   

    Connor: Liverpool have already had Ron Burgundy as manager for the few years before Klopp...

    Trev: AVFC need Doc from Back to the Future to take us back to 1981.

    Locky: Leeds need Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest to help break out of the asylum.

    Ron Burgundy

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  126. BBC Africa Football of the Year

    Africa Player of the Year

    The five candidates for the 2015 BBC African Footballer of the Year have been revealed during a special live launch broadcast in Johannesburg, South Africa.

    Algeria's Yacine Brahimi, the 2014 winner, is on the shortlist along with Gabon's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Ghanaian Andre Ayew, Senegal's Sadio Mane and Yaya Toure of Ivory Coast.

    The winner will be decided by African football fans, who have until 18:00 GMT on 30 November to vote for their choice.

    Voting details here.

  127. The demise of Colombia's national team

    A bit of listening for you here.

    Why Colombia can’t play for coffee?

    On this week's World Football Phone-In, Tim Vickery and John Arnold discuss South and North American, including the Centenary Copa America going to the USA, Orlando City becoming the first MLS team to play in the Maracanã and the demise of the Colombian football team.

    www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p036qrfy

  128. Post update

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Slaven Bilic

    He's not quite as cool as Steve McQueen, but Slaven Bilic has got hearts racing in the East End...

  129. The film star to save your club

    Get involved using #bbcfootball

    Jose Mourinho suggested Tom Cruise at Chelsea (Mission Impossible, get it?) but which character from a film would you like to see at your club? 

    Jay Ross: Surely a clear shout would be Santiago Munez from the Goal films?

    Martin Hearne: Manchester United need the Flash to object some much needed pace into the attack - forget Ronaldo!

    sim19: Steve McQueen for Aston Villa! Need a great escape...

    Steve McQueen

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  130. Top dogs?

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Spurs
    Image caption: Tottenham's front two last time they were the best team in London was decent...

    In the last 12 Premier League seasons, Chelsea have finished as the best-placed London club on 10 occasions with Arsenal mopping up the other two.

    In fact it is 20 years since Spurs were the top dogs in the capital, and even then they only finished seventh.

    West Ham's best Premier League finish was fifth in 1998-99. But they were 10 points behind Leeds in fourth.

    (Sorry Leeds fans...)

    John Hartson
    Image caption: ...while this man was leading the line for the Hammers in their best-ever finish.
  131. Extra security

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Fans have been asked to arrive early this afternoon as part of extra security measures around White Hart Lane.

    Just the one Premier League game for us today.

    Tottenham Police dog
  132. Coming up on BBC radio

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Tune intoBBC Radio 5 liveright now and you'll catch the rest of Burnley's home match with Brighton. 

    There'll also be full match commentary of the16:00 GMT kick-off betweenTottenham and West Ham.

    And later you can have your say on all the weekend's footballing action with football phone-in show 606 -that's on at18:06.

  133. Championship latest

    Burnley 1-1 Brighton

    A large game in the Championship is already well under way, and there were two goals in the opening few minutes at Turf Moor.

    Brighton can go top with a win, and the second half has just kicked off.

    Follow full text commentary of that game here.

  134. England stars on show

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Ian Dennis

    BBC Radio 5 live senior football reporter

    "Both Dele Alli and Eric Dier will be on a high after their fine midweek displays for England. Alli's man-of-the-match display reminded me of a young Steven Gerrard.

    "It has been a good week for Tottenham youngsters with England as Harry Winks and Shayon Harrison also trained with the senior squad.  

    "You have to admire Tottenham's stance and Mauricio Pochettino's attitude - young English talent is certainly not stifled.

    "They will be mindful of a West Ham side who have produced some excellent results and are a real threat on their travels."

    Spurs players in action for England against France
  135. Get Involved

    Film favourites

    Jose Mourinho proclaimed on Saturday afternoon that only Tom Cruise from the Mission:Impossible franchise could deliver the title to Chelsea this season.

    But which character from a film would you like at your club?

    Costumes
    Image caption: Who do you want at your club?

    Would one of the Avengers do a job up front? Would you take Maximus Decimus Meridius as manager?

    I'd take Bruce Wayne as chairman at the Cobblers right now...

    Sean Connery
    Image caption: I'll take either of these two as well...

    Text us your suggestions to 81111 (With your name on), or tweet us at #bbcfootball.

  136. Flying Foxes

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    Premier League

    So after a third of the season it is Leicester City who top the table. Who saw that coming?

    West Ham and Spurs will both be eyeing a Champions League berth. What a way that would be for the Hammers to start life in the Olympic Stadium...

  137. 'Vardy would chase a paper bag in the wind'

    Newcastle 0-3 Leicester

    MOTD2 Extra

    England forward Eniola Aluko: "Jamie Vardy is very deliberate. He always runs ahead of the ball. He is a different forward to what we see in the Premier League. He is quick and direct. That is what Leicester need to be like: direct, hard-working and energetic. Vardy represents that."

    Ex-Newcastle boss John Carver: "As a team they have so much energy. they are hard working and honest. No superstars but they have made good signings. They are well organsied. Nigel Pearson did a fantastic job but the 'Tinkerman' has taken them to the next level. Vardy would chase a paper bag in the wind."

    Daily Telegraph journalist Henry Winter: "The best compliment to Vardy was the appreciation of the Newcastle fans. What you see in Vardy is what every fan wants. When he takes the shirt off it will be soaking in sweat from the effort he puts in. They want to see that in their own players. It would be one of the most extraordinary stories of all time if Leicester win the league. I don't think it will happen."

  138. The back pages

    Mail on Sunday

    Another man leading the sports news agenda at the moment - quite rightly - is Leicester striker Jamie Vardy.

    He's scored in 10 straight Premier League games. A fantastic achievement.

  139. The back pages

    Daily Star

    Most of the newspapers led with the news that Manchester United are keen on a reunion with former star Cristiano Ronaldo - but of more interest to fans of today's sides may be the story in the Star that West Ham boss Slaven Bilic wants Spurs misfit Andros Townsend at the Hammers.

    A good move for both clubs that one?

  140. Post update

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)

    West Ham have made their best ever start to a Premier League season, while this is Spurs' third-best start.

    Both teams have been hugely impressive so far. Can either end up in the top four come May?

  141. Best team in London?

    Tottenham v West Ham (16:00 GMT)