Harry Kane and Son Heung-min picked where they left off before the international break but a thanks to a late capitulation at the back, Spurs had to settle for a 3-3 draw with West Ham.
Kane and Son looked to have this game wrapped up with three goals inside the first 15 minutes but an incredible late comeback from the Hammers secured a dramatic draw.
Spurs have been quick starters recent weeks but Son’s 45 second opener flew past Lukasz Fabianksi before Jose Mourinho had even taken his seat.
And there was no letting up from the hosts as West Ham simply froze in the opening stages.
The Son and Kane dream team linked up again on four minutes as Kane rolled away from Fabien Balbuena and powered home.
And with the Hammers still rocking from Kane’s first goal, he added his second on 15 minutes.
Son freed Sergio Reguilon in behind and the Spaniard’s cross into the box was bulleted home by Kane.
With Spurs in danger of running riot after the break, Moyes was forced to change his approach after the break and Pablo Fornals missed a massive opportunity after the restart.
Mourinho threw on Gareth Bale for his second Spurs debut and the Welshman almost made an immediate impact as Kane hammered his pass against the post.
West Ham sensed their chance following that miss as Balbuena powered home Aaron Cresswell’s corner.
That threw the cat amongst the pigeons for Spurs in the final minutes as Davinson Sanchez sliced Vladimir Coufal’s cross past Hugo Lloris.
And just as Spurs looked primed to hang on in the final seconds Manuel Lanzini nailed in an absolute thunderbolt.
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