Tottenham raised its score to 45 points, to progress to seventh place temporarily, one point ahead of Sheffield United, and West Ham’s balance froze at 27 points in 17th place, to tighten his position in the competition schedule after he suffered the third consecutive defeat, the fifth in the last six games he fought in the competition.
The first half of the match ended in a goalless draw, then the goal of Tottenham came through friendly fire, as West Ham star Thomas Collins Sussex accidentally scored in his team’s goal in the 64th minute.
Kane responded to the criticism of his coach, Jose Mourinho, that he had caused the player to decline, and scored the goal of reassuring the team in the 82nd minute, to be the first victory for Tottenham after the resumption of the English Premier League matches after a long hiatus due to the emerging Coronavirus crisis.
In another match, Leicester City wasted two valuable points on its way to confirm its participation in the Champions League next season by falling into the trap of a goalless draw with Brighton on Tuesday in the opening matches of the same stage.
Leicester raised its score to 55 points to strengthen its position in third place, four points ahead of Chelsea, and Brighton raised its score to 33 points in 15th place.
The Frenchman, Neil Mobaye, missed a penalty kick in the 14th minute, as international Dane Casper Schmeichel tackled Leicester goalkeeper.