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Tottenham defeated West Ham 2-1 in the semi-finals of the League Cup thanks to goals from Steven Bergwijn and Lucas Moura.

Tottenham Hotspur beat West Ham United 2-1 in a nail-biting League Cup quarter-final to go to the semi-finals for the second year in a row.
After a tense start that featured a flurry of aggressive challenges, Antonio Conte’s side took the lead in the 28th minute.

Steven Bergwijn tucked the ball past Alphonse Areola from a few yards out after Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg cut the ball back for him in the box.

West Ham retaliated almost immediately, with Jarrod Bowen firing a low shot past Hugo Lloris from the edge of the box.

Spurs recovered their one-goal advantage three minutes later, but the celebrations on their bench were short-lived.

Bergwijn drove the ball into the area and laid it off to Lucas Moura, who tapped it in from a few yards away.

Despite West Ham looking dangerous late on, Tottenham held on to advance to the tournament’s final four.


The first half of tonight’s game was tense from start to finish, and the match certainly lived up to the derby atmosphere at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

All three goals were scored in five minutes, and it wasn’t easy to keep up with the action at times. West Ham came back strongly after falling, with Nikola Vlasic and Jarrod Bowen combining brilliantly for the equalizer. Just before that, Tomas Soucek had a chance to score, but Hugo Lloris saved his header wonderfully. On the other hand, Spurs quickly silenced the Hammers thanks to Lucas Moura.

According to the statistics, West Ham had more shots on target and a greater predicted goals production than Tottenham Hotspur; therefore, they would feel they deserved more from the encounter.

However, Antonio Conte’s change in-game strategy in the second half paid off, as Tottenham allowed West Ham to have greater possession of the ball while aiming to catch them off guard. This was in addition to some cunning ruses such as squandering time wherever possible. And it was successful. Worryingly, sitting back in the dying minutes did encourage some West Ham pressure, but Conte’s side hung on to keep Tottenham’s prospects of winning a trophy this season alive.

It was a tough call because West Ham had a few nominees who were deserving of the award, but Lucas Moura narrowly got the nod.

After superb work by Steven Bergwijn, the Tottenham attacker put in a fantastic performance for his team tonight, eventually netting the game-winning goal by tapping the ball past Alphonse Areola in the 35th minute.

The Brazilian could have added to his tally with a brilliant through ball to Harry Kane from central midfield in the first half, but the England striker’s shot was saved. Moura produced two vital passes and made some good driving runs from deep to set up goal-scoring possibilities throughout the game.

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