Manuel Lanzini lands Hammer blow on Spurs and 5 more famous football comebacks

Tottenham had led 3-0 at home until West Ham turned the game around in the last eight minutes.

Manuel Lanzini lands Hammer blow on Spurs and 5 more famous football comebacks

Manuel Lanzini’s stoppage-time equaliser salvaged a dramatic point for West Ham at Tottenham on Sunday, after David Moyes’ men had trailed 3-0 with only eight minutes to go.

Son Heung-min struck after 45 seconds before helping Harry Kane score twice only for the Hammers to rally at the death, Fabian Balbuena and a Davinson Sanchez own goal setting the stage for Lanzini’s last-gasp leveller.

Here, the PA news agency looks back at five other great turnarounds in recent English football history.

Newcastle 4 Arsenal 4 (Premier League, St James’ Park 2011)

Soccer – Barclays Premier League – Newcastle United v Arsenal – St James’ Park
Cheick Tiote sealed a dramatic point for Newcastle against Arsenal (Owen Humphreys/PA)

Manchester United 2 Bayern Munich 1 (European Cup final, Nou Camp, 1999)

On this day 1999: Manchester United�s amazing Champions League final comeback
Teddy Sheringham sparked Manchester United’s revival against Bayern Munich (Phil Noble/PA)

Tottenham 3 Manchester City 4 (FA Cup fourth-round replay, White Hart Lane, 2004)

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
Joey Barton’s sending-off did not stop Manchester City launching a stunning comeback at Tottenham (Sean Dempsey/PA)

Tranmere 4 Southampton 3 (FA Cup fifth-round replay, Prenton Park, 2001)

Tranmere v Southampton
Stuart Barlow’s winner sunk Southampton in dramatic fashion at Prenton Park (David Kendall/PA)

Tottenham 3 Manchester United 5 (Premier League, 2001)

Spurs v Man United
Juan Sebastian Veron was one of the scorers as Manchester United stunned Spurs (Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA)
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