Ben Foster's save is the final action of the match. What would the score have been were it not for the goalkeeper's series of fine saves? Game over.
- Tottenham make two changes to the team which beat Man City
- West Brom have won just one of their last 13 Premier League meetings against Tottenham
- Spurs have conceded just three goals this season, fewer than any other top-flight side
Tottenham think they can win this. Christian Eriksen with a free-kick wide left, he curls it towards the top corner but another diving save from Ben Foster ensures the ball goes out for a corner.
Son's persistance near the byeline pays off. September's player of the month picks out Christian Eriksen whose shot is blocked, but bounces back in his path and the playmaker finds Dele Alli who prods the ball home with the outside of his boot.Copyright: Reuters
BBC WM's Tony Brown: "That’s what happens when you keep putting sustained pressure on the opposition. You get free-kicks, corner kicks and that one came in it hit the post first and it’s fallen to Nacer Chadli who has come from Tottenham and he’s scored against his old club.”
James McClean's first-time shot bounces off from the corner of the post and, would you believe it, it's former Tottenham player Nacer Chadli who is alert and swipes in the rebound.Copyright: Reuters
West Brom with a corner. Dangerous. Eric Dier heads the ball out for another Baggies corner. What can Tony Pullis' men do? Son heads the ball away, but Nyon wins the ball again. An unlikely goal for West Brom? Not just yet.
Under 15 minutes remaining and there's no sign of what would likely be a winning goal. Decibels have dropped inside the stadium, Tottenham lacking the verve they possessed in the first half.
A final substitution for Tottenham. Erik Lamela departs for September's player of the month Son Heung-Min. Can he win the match for Tottenham?Copyright: Reuters
Neither team able to get a grip of the match in these last few minutes. West Brom looking ever more threatening as the match goes on without creating any real chances.
West Brom change the line-up, Chris Brunt coming on for Matt Phillips.
Victor Wanyama loses possession on the edge of West Brom's box and that gives Nyom the chance to drive forward on the counter-attack. Spurs on their heels, but Kyle Walker comes to the rescue with a perfectly-timed sliding tackle. The England full-back also manages to keep possession, too.Copyright: PA
Tottenham unable to keep hold of the ball as they did in the first half, making for a more frantic feel to the match after the break. The visitors still the better side, though.
A second substitution for Tottenham as Moussa Sissoko is replaced by Mousa Dembélé.
A beautiful build-up from Tottenham. Vincent Janssen, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen catching the eye with one-touch football. The Dane finds Moussa Sissoko on the left, 12 yards from goal, and his shot is deflected for a corner.Copyright: PA
Toby Alderweireld leaves the pitch on a stretcher and is replaced by Eric Dier.
Toby Alderweireld is on the floor, clutching his knee and the Spurs defender needs treatment. The Belgian collided with Jan Vertonghen after the latter came out of a high challenge with Salomon Rondon. It doesn't look promising as a stretcher has been requested.
Tony Pulis barking orders on the sidelines while Nacer Chadli receives treatment. The former Tottenham striker is hobbling but decides to remain on the pitch.Copyright: Getty Images
Nyon with a chance to counter-attack but Kyle Walker's sliding challenge stops the Baggies midfielder, but this start to the half is promising for the hosts.
West Brom starting this half brightly, earning their first corner of the game and Gareth McAuley has more time than he thinks in the box to pick a spot but he scuffs his shot and the opportunity is missed.
James McClean tenacious in defence, holding off Moussa Sissoko and earning a free-kick in the process. He receives warm applause from the home fans for his efforts.Copyright: PA