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Sport Son drive cancels out Obiang stunner

00:35  05 january  2018
00:35  05 january  2018 Source:

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When Obiang scored from 30 yards, West Ham’s fans rejoiced in singing ‘we’ve only had one shot’. As they continued to frustrate the hell out of Tottenham, it looked as though they could continue their fine record here with all three Pedro Obiang celebrates scoring a stunner against their London rivals.

That was not to be however: Obiang ’s stunner ignited a game which, to that point, had looked to Lamela, under no pressure whatsoever from a deep defensive line, found Son in space around 25 yards out . Are you sure you want to mark this comment as inappropriate? Yes, flag this comment. Cancel .

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Heung-Min Son's late piledriver cancelled out Pedro Obiang's stunning effort to spare Tottenham's blushes in a 1-1 draw with West Ham at Wembley.

The relegation-threatened Hammers spent the majority of the game on the back foot but Obiang's 70th-minute thunderbolt - their first shot on target - moved them to within reach of an unlikely victory.

But Son's 10th goal of the season salvaged a point for Spurs, who remain fifth in the Premier League. David Moyes' men extended their unbeaten Wembley run to nine games, and climbed up to 15th in the table as a result.

West Ham's goal was under threat from the first whistle. Declan Rice was forced to hook a Kane effort, which flashed across goal, away on four minutes before a flap from Adrian at the resulting corner presented Eric Dier with a chance, but his effort was blocked.

Son stunner rescues point for Spurs against stubborn Hammers

  Son stunner rescues point for Spurs against stubborn Hammers Son Heung-min and Pedro Obiang each scored a stunner as Tottenham were held by West Ham to a 1-1 draw at Wembley. Spurs had hit 20 shots by the time the Hammers took the lead with their first as Obiang beat Hugo Lloris with a blistering effort from 30 yards.Son replied with his own spectacular long-range strike six minutes from time, but Tottenham were unable to find a winner on another frustrating night for them at the national stadium.The draw leaves Mauricio Pochettino's side three points short of Liverpool in fourth, while West Ham climb to 15th, three points clear of the relegation zone.

Stunners from Pedro Obiang and Heung-min Son light up Wembley as Tottenham and West Ham settle for draw. Son had the ball 25 yards out and, understandably tired of passing, he drove it into the top corner before Adrian could get across to save.

Pedro Obiang and Son Heung-Min swapped wonder strikes in the second half as West Ham held Tottenham to a 1-1 draw at Wembley. WATCH: Obiang 's screamer puts West Ham in front. Premier League Highlights 44 minutes ago.

The Hammers weathered the early Spurs onslaught but remained firmly on the back foot; the offside flag coming to their rescue as Kane's deflected effort was correctly ruled out.

Kane drew Adrian into action with the game's first shot on target on 28 minutes, and Son and Eriksen tested the Hammers goalkeeper soon after as Spurs cranked up the pressure.

However, West Ham reached the interval unscathed, with Kane unable to take Serge Aurier's 34th-minute knock-down into his stride before Eriksen's deflected effort drew a fingertip save from Adrian.

A misplaced pass from Davinson Sanchez released Javier Hernandez through on goal shortly before the hour, but the Spurs centre-back showed great pace to recover.

Pablo Zabaleta's last-gasp intervention denied Kane at the end of a flowing 67th-minute attack, with Alli heading the rebound over, and West Ham's dogged defensive display was soon rewarded as Obiang's thunderous strike beat Hugo Lloris all ends up.

Spurs stirred but required a moment of brilliance to break West Ham's resolve as Son's swerving 25-yard effort found the top corner, as the Hammers held on for a valiant point at the home of their fierce rivals.

What's next?

Spurs host AFC Wimbledon and West Ham travel to Shrewsbury in the third round of the FA Cup on Sunday, before both sides return to Premier League action against Everton and Huddersfield respectively.

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