West Ham United came back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Spurs at the Tottenham Stadium, with an unbelievable strike from Manuel Lanzini in the 94th minute.
Gareth Bale made the first appearance of his second spell at Spurs in the second-half, but Tottenham will wonder how they managed to squander a near-unassailable lead.
Spurs were 2-0 up after eight minutes, with Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane each assisting the other for the opening two goals.
Kane scored again for Spurs to go in three goals to the good.
The second half, however, was West Ham's story. They did not score until the 82nd minute, when Fabian Balbuena headed in from a free-kick.
Their second goal came courtesy of a sloppy Davinson Sanchez own goal.
But they saved the best until the very last, with this absolute beauty.
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