Watch These Two Crazy-Ass Goals from Tottenham-West Ham Right Now

What a pair of screamers from Son and Pedro Obiang. Wow.
January 4, 2018, 10:21pm
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There was a moment in the match between Tottenham and West Ham in the 70th minute, when you were convinced that you might not see a prettier goal for the rest of the year. But that only lasted for 14 minutes.

Today's matchup between the two London teams ended in a draw, but the goals that got them there were anything but ho-hum. After West Ham put up a shot-less performance for the majority of the game—where nobody thought they would score—West Ham's Pedro Obiang unleashed an absolute missile from 30-yards out that climbed upward the entire time to meet the perfect left upright.

Mind you, that was West Ham's only shot of the game, and boy did it count. Meanwhile, Tottenham had fired in 18 missed shots before Son Heung-min asked Obiang to hold his beer while he rocketed in his own from equal distance:

Sure, it dipped a little, and the placement wasn't as precise, but lord have mercy did they have themselves a duel. More draws, please.