West Ham fought back for a deserved 1-1 draw against London rivals Tottenham and the Hammers will be disappointed they couldn’t find a winner.

After a penalty kick was awarded to Spurs, then taken away after a lengthy delay after a VAR check, an own goal from Thilo Kehrer put Spurs ahead in the first half.

However, West Ham were dangerous throughout and Tomas Soucek made it 1-1 in the second half and David Moyes’ side had chances to win it.

With the point they now have four for the season, while Spurs remain unbeaten and sit on 11 points after their five games.

Son struggling for confidence: He has yet to score in the Premier League this season and it looks like it is weighing heavy on his shoulders

Son followed in the cross for Spurs’ goal and would have scored if Kehrer didn’t put it into his own net, but the fact the goal didn’t go down for Son means his drought continues.

The Golden Boot winner from the 2021-22 Premier League season is a confidence player and when he gets going he is tough to stop. Right now though, he looks jaded.

This was much more like it. Buoyed by their win at Aston Villa at the weekend, West Ham were good value for this point and kept their belief despite falling behind.

Antonio and Bowen caused problems and their new signings look like they’re going to have a big impact with Scamacca, Paqueta, Emerson Palmeri, Kehrer, Cornet and Aguerd (when he returns to fitness) all huge upgrades.