Tottenham Hotspur beat out a struggling West Ham United at London Stadium. Tottenham used two goals from #Harry Kane (34', 38') and a goal from midfielder Christian Eriksen (55') to earn maximum points at West Ham, the Telegraph reported. However, the Hammers almost came close when #Javier Hernandez (65') and Cheikhou Kouyaté (70') trimmed the goal difference to 3-2 in the second half but were unable to tie up the match before full-time. The English striker, Harry Kane, has scored a total of 7 goals in his past six EPL games against West Ham. The victory sees Tottenham Hotspur remain in the fourth position with eleven points, while West Ham is eighteenth with just four points.

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Here's the match report in detail.

West Ham United outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Joe Hart (5.60). Defender - Angelo Ogbonna (6.87), Winston Reid (6.34), José Fonte (6.46), Pablo Zabaleta (7.08). Midfielder - Aaron Cresswell (6.23), Cheikhou Kouyaté (7.90), Mark Noble (6.78). Forward - Michail Antonio (6.46), Javier Hernandez (7.65), Marko Arnautovic (six points). Used substitutes - Arthur Masuaku (6.76), André Ayew (5.86), Andy Carroll (5.63).

Team's strength and weakness: Slaven Bilic's men often stole the ball from Spurs players and created goal-bound opportunities from the flanks. They were strong at scoring but were often caught offside and committed a high number of individual fumbles.

Style of play: the Hammers largely attacked through the left side and favored crossing the ball, long passes and through balls

Tottenham Hotspur outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Hugo Lloris (six points).

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Defender - Jan Vertonghen (7.34), Toby Alderweireld (6.50), Davinson Sánchez (6.57), Serge Aurier (six points), Ben Davies (seven points). Midfielder - Moussa Sissoko (6.67), Eric Dier (6.18), Christian Eriksen (7.79), Dele Alli (6.89). Forward - Harry Kane (8.88). Used substitutes - Fernando Llorente (six points), Kieran Trippier (6.19), Harry Winks (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Mauricio Pochettino's men often stole the ball from West Ham players too and created lots of goal scoring chances from the flanks and set pieces. Spurs' attack were good at finishing. However, They were aggressive in their tackles and gave away several free kicks within their half.

Style of play: Spurs largely attacked through the left flank and favored long shots.

Man of the Match

Harry Kane can't just stop scoring against West Ham. This is a jinx the Hammers' defenders are yet to break by preventing the England international from finding the back of their net. Kane scored twice and completed forty-two touches.

Both teams' scheduled Week 7 fixtures

West Ham will once again play host to struggling Swansea on Saturday 30 September, while Huddersfield slogs it out with Tottenham the same day. #West Ham United