Tottenham vs West Ham: League Cup Match Thread

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SPURS 2-3 WEST HAM
Sissoko, Dele Ayew (2), Ogbonna
Spurs: Vorm (c), Trippier, Foyth, Alderweireld, Davies, Rose (Eriksen), Dier, Sissoko, Dele, Son (Nkoudou), Llorente (Dembele).




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87 mins Sub: Arnautovic for Lanzini.
82 mins Sub: Nkoudou for Son
80 mins Sub: Eriksen for Rose
76 mins Sub: Obiang for Fernandes.
71 mins Sub: Dembele for Llorente.
69 mins GOAL Spurs 2-3 West Ham : Ogbonna

Lanzini swing in the corner, Ogbonna gets away from Alderweireld to glance in a header across Vorm at the near post.
60 mins GOAL Spurs 2-2 West Ham : Ayew
Corner not cleared, Ogbonna to Carroll, who flicks on to Lanzini, he squares for Ayew to score.
54 mins GOAL Spurs 2-1 West Ham : Ayew
Corner half-cleared, Fernandes drills one through the crowd, fantastic low save from Vorm but Ayew converts the rebound from close range.
36 mins GOAL Spurs 2-0 West Ham : Dele
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Dele in-field to Son from the left, the England midfielder then roams towards Son for the return pass and curls into the far corner with a aid of a deflection off Rice.
5 mins GOAL Spurs 1-0 West Ham : Moussa Sissoko
Son breaks down the left, plays Sissoko clean through the middle and he side-foots home at the first time of asking.


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Afternoon.

  • League Cup - 4th Round.
    • Tottenham Hotspur vs. West Ham United
    • Wednesday 25th October 2017
    • 8pm Kick-off.
    • @ Fortress Wembley
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Don't care about this match. Don't understand why the competition is still played (to steal fans' money), don't know why the opponent is still a club (because they stole the taxpayer's money), and don't understand how I will be able to watch it (cant be arsed to pay money for it).
 

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Buzzing for the game - like at every Spurs game. It is on German PayTV DAZN and I am glad I've got that. Excited to see some fringe players play.
 

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Finally a game I can watch without paying an arm and a leg here in Norway. Hope to see a good game from Rose, Walker-Peters and Foyth.
 

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I know it's just the thai-ginseng-Ben "I Cheetah all the time" Johnson-steroid cup, but as a fan I still want us to go out and smash them ***** back to there mother's caravans. Just dont want to see Kane, Eriksen, Toby, Jan or Lloris anywhere near the pitch.
 

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I know it's just the thai-ginseng-Ben "I Cheetah all the time" Johnson-steroid cup, but as a fan I still want us to go out and smash them ***** back to there mother's caravans. Just dont want to see Kane, Eriksen, Toby, Jan or Lloris anywhere near the pitch.
What does that stuff taste like?
 

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Don't care about this match. Don't understand why the competition is still played (to steal fans' money), don't know why the opponent is still a club (because they stole the taxpayer's money), and don't understand how I will be able to watch it (cant be arsed to pay money for it).
Cheer up!
 
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Good shout. Rather that than this N'Koudou that everybody thinks will start. He has played so little, it's clear that fringe player doesn't even cover it. Then let's play somebody we might actually want for the future.
I’d play them both, even though this is West Ham we have much bigger fish to fry and I hope we don’t take too many risks with first team players for this one.
 

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No because I want to kick them hard when they're down, its West ham
True, but they're so irrelevant to us now. We have much bigger aspirations. I'd gladly give them a dodgy win in a cup competition named after an energy drink, if it meant we went to old trafford and won. Think how much confidence the team would have if they beat a Mourinho side in their own ground.
 

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I can't believe certain Spurs fans are not to bothered about tonight. Win tonight against our big rivals, we are in the quarter finals with a potential heavy weight game in the pipeline as most of the big boys are still in the competition. It's still a competition we have best chance of winning. Let's actually win something for once yeh? This club need trophies and this is the 1st one up for grabs.
 

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True, but they're so irrelevant to us now. We have much bigger aspirations. I'd gladly give them a dodgy win in a cup competition named after an energy drink, if it meant we went to old trafford and won. Think how much confidence the team would have if they beat a Mourinho side in their own ground.




Why can't we win tonight and Saturday ? Why does it have to be one or the other ?