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Emlyn Begley

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  1. The end

    I think we'll call it a night now. 

    Check out our match report here on the night Spurs' title dreams probably died.

    And come back tomorrow when there's a host of Premier League games.

    Manchester City v Crystal Palace - 12:30

    Bournemouth v Stoke City - 15:00

    Burnley v West Bromwich Albion - 15:00

    Hull City v Sunderland - 15:00

    Leicester City v Watford - 15:00

    Swansea City v Everton - 17:30

  2. Premier League predictions


    Lawro's opponents for this weekend's Premier League fixtures are Tom Meighan and Serge Pizzorno from indie rock band Kasabian.

    Meighan and Pizzorno are fans of Leicester City, their local team, and the band played at the Foxes' title-winning parade last season.

    See what they've predicted here.

  3. 'I think I'm doing a good job'

    West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

    There have been rumours that Slaven Bilic's job is on the line after they have struggled to match the seventh-placed finish in his debut season.

    When asked if this win helps secure his future, the Croat said: "I don't care. When my team is playing like this I'm happy. 

    "I think I'm doing a good job. I don't like to moan but we have had many obstacles during this season which are quite rare in football."

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    #bbcfootball or text 81111

    Scott, Sheffield: COYS. Nothing 'Spursy' about this side. Fantastic season, fantastic team. Chelsea better over the season simple as. 

    Patrick Green: If this is Spurs' golden era, promising so much but winning nowt, then what's the difference between coming second and coming eighth? 

    Ellie Di Fiore: EPL 2016 Ranieri, 2017 (likely to be) Conte, 2018, Mazzari? #tripletta  

  5. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

    More from Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, on his side's title chances: "It will be difficult. With three games to play. You have to try to give your best. Now we move forward.

    "It is not over. It is true that it will be difficult. Now we have to wait but thinking that it will be difficult to catch Chelsea."

  6. 'Maybe we were a bit desperate'

    Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino was asked if it was poor defending for the goal.

    "I agree. It is true we conceded a goal when you are fighting for a big thing you normally do not concede.

    "We show a little bit that we were desperate to arrive in the box. We missed a little in the way to try and score, we played long balls, things we never made on the pitch. Maybe we were a little desperate."

  7. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

    Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is true we deserved more during the game but I felt it was difficult to show more of our game. 

    "We started the second half a little bit sloppy, we conceded in the space and the way we conceded the goal in this type of football, when you are fighting for the big things, you feel disappointed.

    "We tried, it was difficult, the performance was not the best."

  8. Post update

    What needs to happen now for Spurs to win the league? 

    Chelsea would have to lose two of their last four games - and drop points in a third, with Spurs needing to win their last three matches.

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    Suraj Nair: Two years consecutively, Spurs have their title dreams come to an end with a London derby.   

    Rachel T: Best Spurs run of wins in my lifetime, I'm not going to knock them! Onwards and upwards.   

  10. 'After today, it's nearly impossible'

    Spurs defender Eric Dier to Sky Sports: "It was already going to be hard and now it's even harder. It’s disappointing. We were on a fantastic run. 

    "They made it very hard for us, they played very deep and we didn't create enough chances.

    "We managed to bring it back to four points but after today, it's nearly impossible, but we will give it everything for the last three games."

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  11. 'We're a good team but haven't always shown it'

    West Ham captain Mark Noble to BBC Sport: "What a game to be safe in. I said beforehand we needed to be 100% and that's what we got.

    "Spurs are a top team, I think they'll be the team to beat in a few years. But we were magnificent tonight. 

    "We knew what we had to do. They had nine wins in a row, you have to play really well. I thought we got what we deserved.

    "I'm so proud of the boys. Everyone dug in and supported each other. We've had a lot of stick this year, a lot of it warranted. We're a good team, but we haven't always shown it.

    "Now we're safe, if we get some more points we can finish only one or two places below where we were last year.

    "Slaven Bilic has my full backing. He's a great man."

  12. Post update

    West Ham are 100% safe now as a result of their win.

    Premier League
  13. Chelsea can win title in seven days

    PL table

    Chelsea can actually win the league title next Friday, before Spurs even play again.

    If Antonio Conte's Blues beat Middlesbrough on Monday and win at West Brom on Friday, it's party time for the Stamford Bridge side.

    You wouldn't bet against either of those results really, would you?

  14. 'No Spurs players put in a performance'

    West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    Football can be very simple sometimes. You have 11 players on the pitch and the team that has more of those 11 turn up on the pitch usually wins. For West Ham all 11 players turned up. For Tottenham, I could not pick one player who put in a performance.


    West Ham 1-0 Tottenham


    And that is surely that for the 2016-17 Premier League title race. 

    Spurs' nine-game winning run comes to an end and Chelsea are well clear at the top.

    Premier League
  16. Post update

    West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    I don't think any Spurs fans expected this type of performance tonight. Fans will be proud of what their team has done but will walk away from here tonight disappointed.

  17. Post update

    Ashley Fletcher should make it 2-0 in the last second. It's a two-on-one with Robert Snodgrass, who plays a one-two but Fletcher's shot is deflected away.

  18. Post update

    Robert Snodgrass has the ball in the corner. That's it surely.


    Now Kieran Trippier is booked for kicking down Ashley Fletcher as he was flying away. And West Ham are taking all the time in the world over this free-kick. There are 90 seconds left.

  20. Post update

    This time Kieran Trippier's cross is blocked by Aaron Cresswell.

    His latest cross goes past everyone.