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Spurs 4-1 West Ham - key stats

22 November 2015|Tottenham Hotspur

The stats that mattered from our 4-1 victory against West Ham at the Lane on Sunday.

Premier League unbeaten record equalled - Sunday's victory stretched our unbeaten run to 12 matches in the Premier League - that equals our best in the Premier League era from 2012-13.

How we stand - The win saw us consolidate fifth place and move to within two points of Arsenal in fourth.

Goals - Spurs - Kane 23, 50, Alderweireld 34, Walker 84; West Ham - Lanzini 87.

Five star - Kane's double made it goals in five-successive appearances - Bournemouth, Villa, Anderlecht, Arsenal and West Ham.

Shooting boots - We had 22 efforts at goal (including blocked shots) to West Ham's 10, including 12 on target. Of those 12 on target, nine were inside the penalty area. Kane had four efforts on target.

Possession - Overall, 56%-44% in our favour, 63% in the first half.

Passing game - We completed 478 passes to West Ham's 361. 288 of those were medium range (10-35 yards).

Dembele does the business - Mousa Dembele completed most passes in the game with 56. Lanzini had most for West Ham with 39. The biggest combination was between Danny Rose and Christian Eriksen (12).

Getting stuck in - We won 24 of our 35 tackles. Dembele and Eric Dier had four each.

Cards - There were four yellows, two each - Dele Alli/Kyle Walker, Mark Noble/Diafra Sakho.

Line-ups: Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Dier, Dembele, Son (Onomah 85), Alli (Mason 71), Eriksen, Kane (Carroll 90+1). Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Trippier, Davies, Townsend.

West Ham (4-1-4-1) - Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Moses (Zarate 63), Noble (Song 80), Lanzini, Sakho, Carroll (Jelavic 63). Substitutes (not used): Spiegel, Ogbonna, Antonio, Oxford.

Referee - Anthony Taylor.

Attendance - 35,968.

Next up - Qarabag away, Europa League Group J, MD5, Thursday night (6pm UK).