Ex-England winger on BBC Radio 5 Live
West Ham looked like it was an end-of-season game at the start. Then after that. it became very scrappy with not a lot chances. Michail Antonio took West Ham's good chance.
Tottenham need to get their legs charged, they need to get fresh before Ajax. They looked very leggy as the game went on.
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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "I think we did not manage the ball properly. It was a difficult game but in the second half we conceded a lot of space for them to counter attack. But we need to look forward. We cannot stop to think about what we did not do today.
"We can't dominate like against Brighton, first half was good but we lost the ball too easily in the second half. We arrived for this game in a different condition and that was an important factor in the second half. It was really tough today.
On Spurs' top-four chances: "It is a fight, it is a race, with two games to play. We knew that before."
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West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini: "The result is very satisfying because for the last two games that we deserved to win but we could not do it. Today I think we were a complete team, defending together without the ball, and we were playing to win.
"I think Marko Arnautovic was very good. He made a brilliant pass for Antonio's goal. It has been a difficult season but I am sure that we will recover the player that he could be.
"This is a transition season we try not to change too much in our team, but we have demonstrated in big games that we can do it, but we much mentally convince ourselves that we can do better."
This is the sort of thing that inspired Michail Antonio's celebration.
Standard Saturday-night moves really...
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West Ham's Michail Antonio speaking to Sky Sports: It is beautiful. We came here and put ourselves in history and it is only right West Ham did it. They are a big rival for us, it goes way back so to be the first team to win here is great and the fans love it.
This celebration is from a guy called Dan Rue on Instagram who does these crazy dance moves. I have been busting it out in the clubs and I thought I have to bring it on the pitch. I love to bring out a bit of personality out there.
"We have two games left. Hopefully we will finish the season strong."
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Right, we have an explanation from Michail Antonio for that celebration...
- SMS Message: Why is anyone surprised that Spurs are tired. No players bought in the last two transfer windows. That was always going to catch up with them. Daniel Levy is great at putting money in the account but not trophies in the cabinet. from PJ, Belfast.
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Bournemouth away and Everton at home are their remaining two league fixtures.
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Prince Nnaji: How can this tired looking Spurs face the energetic well-rested young Ajax team on Tuesday?
Andrew Priestley: If Spurs’ intensity is this poor midweek then Ajax’s young, fearless and energetic team will have a field day.
Match-winner Michail Antonio drops the turf in exhaustion before being hauled up into the embraces of his team-mates
Juan Foyth breezes into the box, crosses and Vincent Janssen's header is hoofed off the line by Fabian Balbuena!
Kolo: Michael Antonio is that unconventional striker who doesn't look like a threat, but forces defenders to make all sorts of errors and make a mess of themselves.SMS Message: Antonio's pace is frightening from Fred, Devon
Ben Davies launches upfield, Son Heung-min flicks a leg at Fernando Llorente's knock-down and Vincent Janssen's scuffed volley is cleanly caught by Lukasz Fabianski.
Ex-England winger on BBC Radio 5 Live
To give West Ham credit, they've done very well in the second half.
They got the goal and defended very well. Tottenham look flat, very flat.Copyright: Getty Images
Four minutes for Tottenham to pull something out the hat.
Davinson Sanchez bails Tottenham out at the back as he just about does enough to lever Michail Antonio off the ball as he bares down on the Spurs goal.
Fernando Llorente wriggles into space on the touchline and crosses low across the face of the West Ham goal.
But no-one has made that run.
Ferrnando Llorente shrugs in exasperation as he lets Christian Eriksen's ball over the top run for Vincent Janssen, who can't keep it in...
Issa Diop rampaging forward from centre-back like Sol Campbell at France 98!
The West Ham defender barges through one-on-one with Hugo Lloris, but doesn't connect with his shot at all.
Hugo Lloris is able to get down and paw the ball behind.Copyright: Reuters