Tottenham’s Premier League clash with West Ham descended into chaos on Sunday after Just Stop Oil protesters attempted to tie themselves to the goalposts. Activists have brought a number of games to a halt in recent days.
Tottenham are desperately trying to secure a top-four Premier League finish and book their place in next season’s Champions League. And Antonio Conte’s side took the lead inside the opening 10 minutes against the Hammers as Kurt Zouma turned Harry Kane’s cross into his own net.
Son Heung-min doubled the hosts’ advantage midway through the first half, before Said Benrahma pulled a goal back for the visitors before the break. Both sides were looking for a cutting edge in the second half, with West Ham also retaining hopes of claiming fourth spot.
But the match took a rather eventful turn as a handful of protestors headed for both goals in an attempt to disrupt proceedings. The protesters were eventually led away by stewards before the game resumed.
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