SportsZouma Header Cancels Out Johnson Strike In Feisty West Ham, Spurs Derby

Zouma Header Cancels Out Johnson Strike In Feisty West Ham, Spurs Derby

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April 3, (THEWILL)- The fierce rivalry between West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur played out in a hard-fought 1-1 draw at the London Stadium on Tuesday. The match saw early goals from both sides before a tense, competitive second half.
Spurs struck first through Brennan Johnson in the 5th minute after a square pass from Timo Werner. However, West Ham equalised in the 19th minute via an unlikely source – defender Kurt Zouma rising to head in Jarrod Bowen’s corner.
The first half continued in a heated, high-intensity fashion with chances at both ends amidst rising tensions between players like Lucas Paqueta and James Maddison. The second period saw West Ham start brightly but fail to capitalise before Spurs ramped up the pressure, creating several opportunities that were blocked or saved.
Neither side could find a winner despite late chances for Michail Antonio and Destiny Udogie respectively. The draw leaves West Ham winless in four league games, while Tottenham have taken just four points from a possible nine in their last three matches.

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Jude Obafemi is a versatile senior Correspondent at THEWILL Newspapers, excelling in sourcing, researching, and delivering sports news stories for both print and digital publications.

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