Tottenham Fans Have Live Stream Celebrations Cut Short By Manuel Lanzini Wonder Goal
Manuel Lanzini's wonder goal vs Tottenham Hotspur left football fans across the world in awe - but two Spurs fans live streaming the game had been on an emotional rollercoaster.
Jose Mourinho's side raced into a 3-0 lead inside 16 minutes but West Ham rallied in the final eight minutes, bringing the score back to 3-2 after a Fabian Balbuena header and Davinson Sanchez own goal.
With the last kick of the game, Lanzini let rip with a Goal of the Season contender to make it 3-3 and earn a point for his side.
The first-half went well for Spurs and WeAreTottenhamTV were quick to declare: "Tottenham Hotspur are officially back. The rest of the Premier League are fearing us!"
We all know what happened next.
Once the clip did the rounds on social media, WeAreTottenhamTV clapped back at Hammers fans and jibed: "Fair play. Enjoy your point. We all know who will have more of them come the end of the season."
Spurs started the game in scintillating form and went ahead after 45 seconds thanks to Son Heung-min.
Harry Kane would go on to grab two goals to give his side a commanding lead.
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Mourinho spoke to reporters following the game and he conceded his side weren't strong enough "psychologically" to hold their lead.
"It was exactly when we were in control that we conceded the first goal and their belief went up," he told The Guardian.
"My guys were not strong enough to cope with it psychologically and in the last few seconds we lost two points.
"I have to analyse the second half and I have to do it internally but for you I prefer to say that football happened and praise West Ham's belief.
From 3-0 down, #WHUFC snatch a draw against #THFC thanks to a 94th minute rocket from Manuel Lanzini! :rocket:#TOTWHU pic.twitter.com/8lDIHgH6EW
- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) October 18, 2020
"It is not easy to be losing 3-0 and be dominated, to keep the belief. I knew they are a different team to last season, but to lose an advantage of three goals is a big punishment and eventually [it was] deserved.
"We should be stronger. In the second half West Ham risked quite a lot, pressing up and they gave us more space. We should get an occasion to win the game."
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