West Ham produced one of the performances in the Carabao Cup to come back from two goals below and beat Tottenham 3-2 at Wembley.
Moussa Sissoko and Dele Alli put Spurs ahead 2-0 after 37 minutes, but Hammers came out after the break as a rejuvenated side and Angelo Ogbonna scored a header in the 70th minute after Andre Ayew’s finish.
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You can forgive West Ham’s away support for losing their heads after the last whistle – come on, they have not had much to cheer about this season, have they?
And a particular supporter will certainly not forget the match in a hurry, after his Wembley jokes left him beaten and beaten and in turn made him a viral hit.
Mark Noble, who Slaven Bilic remembered back to his starting XI at Wembley, went up to the away end of the pitch to throw his jersey into the crowd.
Eager to get his hands on Noble’s No. 16, the supporter in question performed the most graceful swan dive before crashing into the hamsters without a ceremony like a sack of spud.
We have been reliably informed that the shirt ended up in the hands of one of the youths who was pushing for the jersey in his vicinity.
Without a doubt one of the great Carabao moments.
Asked if he believed his team could come back from two goals, Noble replied: ‘Honestly, no. Do I believe in this team? Yes. Do I believe in these players? Yes.
“But 2-0 down here against a great Spurs team is, not just for us, for any team, a massive, massive mountain to climb.”
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