Tottenham vs West Ham 0-3 Highlights 2013 Reid Vaz Te Morrison Goal Video

Winston Reid poked the visitors ahead with little over 20 minutes to play – netting the Hammers’ first away goal of the campaign. Ricardo Vaz Te then doubled West Ham’s lead before a splendid Ravel Morrison goal wrapped up a surprising victory.

Though West Ham have struggled on the road this season, Sam Allardyce’s team played with confidence during the opening quarter of an hour and looked the better side.
Spurs soon found their form, though, passing the ball well but were unable to break down the resolute West Ham defence – James Tomkins performing solidly at the back.
The impressive Andros Townsend tormented Razvan Rat on every possible occasion, beating the defender with ease and sending a number of devilish balls into the penalty area of which no Tottenham player could turn home.
The finest chance of the half came from a well-worked West Ham free-kick – Mark Noble scooping the ball over the wall into the path of Kevin Nolan who volleyed agonisingly wide from a tight angle.
Spurs continued to search for an opener during the second half but were pegged back when Reid was able to poke home a Stewart Downing corner.
Vaz Te then took advantage of some slack defending to go clean through on goal and rather fortuitously find the back of the net. Morrison added a third late on, bursting out of his own half to skip past a number of challenges and lift the ball over the Spurs keeper.
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