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West Ham climbed themselves back into the Top Four this weekend as David Moyes’ side snatched a 1-0 win at home to Tottenham.

Moyes’ in form West Ham team now stretch their recent run to six wins in seven games this month and the Scottish boss will be increasingly confident they can crash the Champions League party.

On the back of that run, the Hammers did have the better of it early on with Pablo Fornals testing Hugo Lloris and Tomas Soucek nodding one just wide.

But, despite struggling to make an impact before the whistle, Spurs carved out the best opening before the whistle as Lukasz Fabianski reacted sharply to keep out Harry Kane.

Neither side managed to get any sort of a grip on things after the restart but it was West Ham who grabbed their one real chance.

Aaron Cresswell’s corner was missed by two Spurs defenders on the front post and Antonio got in front of Kane to poke home the winner.

Full Time from the London Stadium it’s West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

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