Tottenham scored twice in a dramatic finish at Upton Park to hammer
another nail into West Ham's relegation coffin.
The Hammers, having sacrificed a two-goal lead, had been six minutes from
victory after Bobby Zamora headed them into a 3-2 lead.
But Dimitar Berbatov curled in a late free-kick and Spurs then hit West Ham on
the break as Paul Stalteri stroked home the winner deep into injury-time.
West Ham threw on Bobby Zamora for Matthew Etherington as they went in search
of a winner and the former Tottenham striker made an immediate impact.
Zamora rose above the Spurs defence to head West Ham into the lead with six
But the home side amazingly could not even hold on for a point.
Tainio was fouled on the edge of the area and, from virtually the same spot
Tevez scored, Berbatov curled in the equaliser.
And as West Ham chased a late winner they were hit on the break. Defoe raced
clear and when his shot was only parried by Green, Stalteri was on hand to slot
in the winner four minutes into injury time.