Harry Kane scored twice in three minutes to produce an incredible late turnaround as we defeated West Ham United 3-2 at the Lane on Saturday to preserve our unbeaten run in the Premier League this season.
Trailing 2-1 in the closing stages, the England striker tucked home an 89th-minute goal which looked like it had salvaged a point, only for Heung-Min Son to win a penalty in stoppage time and Kane blasted the winner past Darren Randolph to cap a crazy comeback.
The headline looked like it was going to be a goal for Academy graduate Harry Winks on his first Premier League start, the 20-year-old converting from close range early in the second half to level the scores after Michail Antonio had given the Hammers a 24th-minute lead against the run of play.
Winks’ goal lifted our performance and we seemed the most likely side to grab the third goal, but instead it was the visitors who scored it, Manuel Lanzini netting from the penalty spot on 68 minutes after Vincent Janssen was adjudged to have fouled Winston Reid.
However, it was another Harry who stole the show, Kane’s late double making it 17 goals in his last 16 London derbies and securing a dramatic three points.
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