Stop everything, folks.
Because we’ve just seen, quite possibly, two of the best goals of the season – in the same freakin’ match.
The first one came from West Ham’s Pedro Obiang, completely against the run of play.
On the 70th minute – and out of nowhere – Obiang hit an utterly sensational strike to put the Hammers in front.
Up until that point, this one had been all Spurs – albeit a couple of good runs from Javier Hernandez.
In fact, Obiang’s goal was West Ham’s first shot of the match.
Edging towards the Spurs box from the left flank, Obiang was more-or-less invited to shoot by their failure to close him down.
So, with that, he chose to rifle home an absolute thunderbolt past Hugo Lloris, into the top corner.
Need we remind you that this fixture was pretty tasty last time too, with Slaven Bilic’s Hammers coming from 2-0 down to win 3-2 back in October’s Carabao Cup clash.
And this one will be equally as memorable, with Spurs’ Son Heung-min producing a shot worthy of competing with Obiang’s less than 15 minutes later to make it 1-1.
As the Hammers defence opened up ahead of him, Erik Lamela was able to pick out Son with ease.
With a brief look up, the South Korean then fires home past a helpless Adrian and into the top corner.
Anything Obiang can do, eh?
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