Tottenham drew 1-1 at Wembley against West Ham United on Thursday night in what will go down as a huge disappointment for players and fans.
It was both side’s second game in 48 hours and it proved to be a tough encounter, with West Ham digging in and defending and Tottenham struggling to break them down.
A Pedro Obiang 35-yard wonder strike in the 70th minute put the Hammers ahead with their one and only shot on target during the 90 minutes – the north Londoners had 20.
Son Heung-Min then struck for Spurs in the 84th with a 30-yard effort to level the scores.
West Ham were well drilled by their manager and were clearly prepared for Spurs to dominate the affair and were set up to deal with that likelihood.
As such, the home side struggled to break the Hammers defence down and a point each was the result
So what can fans take away from the clash at Wembley?
Here, Football Insider analyses three things learned in Thursday’s match against the Hammers, including one man who needs a serious rest from the first team.
Click below to see the first thing we learned in Tottenham’s clash v West Ham…