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Sports 3-0 lead playful! Dream goal shocks Spurs at the last minute

23:05  18 october  2020
23:05  18 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Tottenham Hotspur looks like the sure winner against West Ham United. But the guests score three goals in the final phase - the last one is tough.

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An unbelievable long-range goal took Tottenham Hotspur out of victory in Gareth Bale's comeback on matchday five of the Premier League.

Manuel Lanzini hammered the ball in the fourth minute of stoppage time to 3: 3 from about 25 meters into the top right corner, Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris stretched in vain.

José Mourinho's team had led 3-0 up to the 82nd minute thanks to a furious opening phase. Heung-Min Son gave the hosts the lead after just 46 seconds, Harry Kane followed up early with a brace (8th and 16th).

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In the 72nd minute, returnees Gareth Bale was allowed to take part for the first time. The Welshman, who played for Spurs between 2007 and 2013, was loaned out by Real Madrid for a season.

But the game went in the completely wrong direction after Bale took it in. Fabián Balbuena reduced the lead to 3-1 in the 82nd minute, and a Davinson Sánchez own goal three minutes later brought the tension back for good.

After Bale missed the decision in stoppage time, West Ham was one last answer that Lanzini succeeded in brilliantly.

Dream goal shocks Mourinho

The jubilation of the midfielder, who only came on in the 77th minute, knew no bounds, he picked up a yellow card. His teammates rushed to Lanzini, and coach David Moyes' last minute equalization also caused storms of enthusiasm.

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Mourinho was shocked.

"It's hard to believe. But it's true. We lost two points, threw them away," said the Portuguese: "In the last second, an incredible shot, an incredible goal."

Mourinho ironed a question from beIN Sports about Bale: "Before the game you wanted to talk about Bale, after the game you wanted to talk about Bale. But in the end it's about Tottenham versus West Ham, that's more important."

Tottenham, which has scored the most goals in the league, is sixth with eight points after five games, West Ham follows in eighth place with seven points ( The Premier League table ).

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