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Stunning Manuel Lanzini strike caps West Ham comeback as Spurs blow three-goal lead in last eight minutes

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West Ham ruined Gareth Bale’s return to the Tottenham team as they scored three goals in the final eight minutes to steal a 3-3 draw in north London.

The Hammers were dead and buried after Spurs raced into a 3-0 lead after just 16 minutes as Son Heung-min’s opener after 45 seconds and Harry Kane’s double put them in total control.

They were still winning 3-0 when Bale came on as a 72nd-minute substitute but it all went wrong at the end as Manuel Lanzini’s stunning stoppage-time strike completed a comeback started by Fabian Balbuena and a Davinson Sanchez own goal.

For West Ham, the comeback continued a promising start to the campaign following good wins over Wolves and Leicester.

In the end, that proved a costly miss as West Ham stole a draw with virtually the last kick.

Then came West Ham’s response as Balbuena headed home Aaron Cresswell’s 82nd-minute free-kick to give them hope, which was intensified three minutes later when Sanchez headed Coufal’s cross into his own net.

West Ham started the second half well and should have reduced their arrears, but Pablo Fornals missed a sitter, somehow heading over Michail Antonio’s deflected shot just two yards out.
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