WHAT HAPPENED? Tottenham had an early penalty chalked off by VAR, but went ahead soon after courtesy of a Thilo Kehrer own goal. West Ham levelled things up through Tomas Soucek before the break, and they appeared the better team for much of the second half.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Although they secured a point, aspects of Spurs' second-half display were worrying. The same old problem of playing out from the back down the right-hand side reared its ugly head again, and this is an area teams could target as the season progresses.
ALL EYES ON: With Rodrigo Bentancur injured, Yves Bissouma was handed his first Tottenham start. He picked up a needless, early yellow card for petulantly punching the ball away and had to walk a tightrope alongside a hobbling Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg for the rest of the match.
THE MATCH IN THREE PHOTOS:
VAR earned some more fans after a ludicrously long penalty check early on.
Son's out-of-sorts goal drought continued.
Antonio's beautiful assist got a lot of love...
Spurs fans were not pleased that Conte waited so long to make a change.
But the bigger concern was their struggles in possession...
WHAT NEXT FOR TOTTENHAM? Spurs are next in action when they welcome Fulham to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday.
اخلاء مسئولية! : هذا المحتوى لم يتم انشائة او استضافته بواسطة موقع اخبار الكورة و اي مسؤلية قانونية تقع على عاتق الموقع مصدر الخبر : GOAL  , يتم جمع الاخبار عن طريق خدمة ال RSS المتاحة مجانا للجمهور من المصدر : GOAL  مع الحفظ على حقوق الملكية الخاصة بمصدر الخبر.