World News – GB – Manuel Lanzini lands hammer on Spurs, 5 other famous football returns


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Manuel Lanzini’s timeout equalizer saved a dramatic point for West Ham at Tottenham on Sunday, after David Moyes’ men trailed 3-0 with just eight minutes to go

Son Heung-min struck after 45 seconds before helping Harry Kane score twice for the Hammers to rally to death, Fabian Balbuena and a goal against Davinson Sanchez setting the stage for Lanzini’s final leveler

Here, the PA news agency looks back on five other big twists in recent English football history

Arsenal appeared to have all three stitches sewn after just 26 minutes as they got off to a blazing start, with goals from Theo Walcott, Johan Djourou and a brace from Robin Van Persie seemingly giving them an unassailable lead But Newcastle had other ideas, and after the Gunners sent off Abu Diaby, the hosts staged the most astonishing recovery A penalty double from Joey Barton and an effort from Leon Best made it 4-3, then they stole a point when Cheick Tiote sent an unstoppable 25-yard low drive

United dragged on most of the game after falling behind on Mario Basler’s free kick in the sixth minute But, in the most incredible finish in competition history, United turned the game around Substitute Teddy Sheringham equalized with an eight-meter turn shot, then David Beckham’s corner was returned by Sheringham and his substitute colleague Ole Gunnar Solskjaer searched the ball through the roof of the net to trigger some incredible scenes

City produced one of the biggest comebacks in FA Cup history with three goals and one man at halftime to win Ledley King, Robbie Keane and Christian Ziege scored within 43 minutes, then City fired Joey Barton after the half-time whistle for dissent but City put on a superb second-half performance and won with goals from Sylvain Distin, Paul Bosvelt, Shaun Wright-Phillips and a header from Jon Macken stop

Hassan Kachloul, Jo Tessem and Dean Richards gave the Saints a 3-0 lead at halftime and Tranmere looked dead and buried Paul Rideout, who led the winner of the FA Cup final Everton in 1995 against Manchester United, sparked a Rovers comeback with an hourly goal Rideout went 3-2 with a header in the 70th minute and lifted the Rovers to their treble goal 10 minutes later Substitute Stuart Barlow capped an astonishing fight with seven minutes from time

Spurs stunned the champions in the first half – establishing a 3-0 lead in the interval with goals from Dean Richards, Les Ferdinand and Ziege However, United were a different side in the second half, sweeping the side hosts with goals from Andy Cole, Laurent Blanc, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Juan Sebastian Veron and David Beckham

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